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The slices were mounted on gelatin-coated slides and stained with thionine
blue at 0.1% (Nissl method) to highlight Nissl body.
Identification and biotyping of the putative Brucella isolates were done by assessing colony morphology, biochemical reactions, C[O.sub.2] requirement, production of H2S, growth in the presence of the dyes thionine
and fuchsine, reaction with monospecific antisera (A, M, and R), and phage lysis (Wb, Tb, and F25) .
DNA and thionine
were attached to the functionalized GCE.
Phenothiazine compounds as Methylene Blue (MB), Figure 1, and dyes from the same class, such as Azure A, Azure B and Thionine
, have been extensively used for more than a century for various applications, especially in health .
Electrons produced from the bacteria may transfer from bacterial cell to electrode with the help of mediators like thionine
, methyl viologen, and methylene blue etc.
Semithin sections were stained with thionine
methylene blue, and representative pictures were taken with a Nikon Eclipse 80i microscope equipped with a DS-5 M digital camera.
Con A immobilized onto thionine
modified electrodes established a sensing surface for specific recognition of glucose.
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