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a compound that can be converted to a pigment

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Non-Enterobacteriaceae may appear colourless or violet (due to their inability to hydrolyse the chromogenic substrate) or are inhibited by the selective components and incubation temperature.
Percec and Tilford developed amorphous polymers with chromogenic pendant groups.
Because these have been displayed for many years, the colour has 'shifted' slightly or attenuated - which is what can happen to chromogenic prints.
The new kits combine Gentel's APiX[TM] chromogenic detection technology and RayBiotech, Inc.
Use of 3,5-dichloro-2-hydroxybenzenesulfonic acid/4-aminophenazone chromogenic system in direct enzymic assay of uric acid in serum and urine.
Unlike the two Ohio studies, the general practice in most clinical laboratories and published clinical studies is to verify suspected MRSA colonies from chromogenic agar using biochemical tests as illustrated by a recent paper (Paule et al.
uses chromogenic in situ hybridization (CISH) technology to amplify the HER2 gene in breast tissue.
Developed to improve the isolation and identification of a variety of micro-organisms, Lab M's Harlequin chromogenic media can help eliminate or reduce the need for subculture and confirmatory biochemical tests.
To make Pan (C-269), 2003, the artist scored exposed and developed chromogenic paper with a razor blade; each mark exposed various reds, yellows, and blues beneath the black surface.
The acquisition gives Invitrogen an anti-body production site as well as access to Zymed's Chromogenic In-Situ Hybridization (CISH) platform for the evaluation of tissue morphology and gene status/chromosomal aberrations, which is utilized for patient stratification in clinical trials.
In the 1955 chromogenic print titled ``Alberto Giacometti in His Paris Studio,'' the artist's ideas can be seen etched on the walls.
Other factors that affect tooth color are aging, tetracycline medications, overfluoridated water, and chromogenic agents found in coffee, tea, and carbonated drinks.
5, containing 8 mM p-nitrophenyl-N-acetyl-[beta]-D-glucopyranoside as a chromogenic substrate for N-acetyl-[beta]-Dhexosaminidase, and the plate was incubated for 1.
Analytic isoelectric focusing (IEF) of the extract, followed by development with the nitrocefin chromogenic substrate (7), showed three bands of beta-lactamase activity of pIs 5.