chromogen


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  • noun

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a compound that can be converted to a pigment

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Advanced multispectral imaging systems remove cross-talk between chromogens or fluorophores and are able to remove interfering tissue autofluorescence, thus providing quantitative data from which the per-cell intensity values are derived.
8 M or 2 M PTB reagent did not affect the intensity of the chromogen generated.
After the five washings of the wells, solutions of 100 [micro]L substrate chromogen were added.
Diaminobenzidine tetrahydrochloride was used as a chromogen to localise the peroxidase.
Serum creatinine and uric acid levels were measured in the routine laboratory by an automated technique based on the measurement of Jaffe chromogen and by the URICASE/POD (Boehringer Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany) method implemented in an autoanalyzer.
Where instead of measuring chromogen released after proteolysis the rate of clot liquefaction accounted.
5% thiobarbituric acid to develop pink chromogen measured at 532 nm.
The pink chromogen formed was determined by measuring its absorbance at 535 nm.
Red wine, unlike white, contains a highly-pigmented substance known as chromogen," explained Dr.
Slides were again washed and incubated with 3,3'-diaminobenzidine (DAB) chromogen, washed with [H.
Serum glucose level was measured in the presence of glocuse oxidese and peroxidase using a chromogen (10).
Diaminobenzidine (Lab Vision, TL-012-HDN with anti mouse IgG (H and U, anti rabbit IgG (H and L) yielded a characteristic brown end-product whereas fast red chromogen (DAKO, K 0597 with anti mouse IgG (H and U, anti rabbit IgG (H and L) yielded a red end-product.