The laccase was able to detoxify the cytotoxicity of the synthetic dyes
against Caco-2 and fibroblast cells, which determined using a microculture tetrazolium assay (MTT) method.
I begin by examining the colonial discourse on the ascension of synthetic dyes
and its ambiguous reception.
2] He wrote his doctoral thesis on staining properties and later searched for useful drugs among the synthetic dyes
Laccases from white rot fungi have been mentioned widely for their application in degradation of recalcitrant compounds and synthetic dyes
This 6-digit NAICS industry (325131) is under the hierarchy of Synthetic Dye
and Pigment Manufacturing Industry (32513), Basic Chemical Manufacturing Industry Group (3251), Chemical Manufacturing Subsector (325), and the Manufacturing Sector (31-33).
decolorization by white rot fungus, Ganoderma sp.
Perkin was the second son of Sir William Henry Perkin who, in 1856, discovered mauveine and went into the industry producing the first synthetic dye
The proper distribution of synthetic food colorants provide the evidence of strong binding affinity and stable complexation between the synthetic dye
and food macronutrients during processing, package, storage and consumption.
The synthetic dye
methylene blue is currently being tested in clinical trials.
Banned in: Norway and Austria What: E104 - Quinoline Yellow Where: Found in sweets and soft drinks Effect: A synthetic dye
obtained from coal tar and used as a food colouring.
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The formulations are naturally coloured and free of synthetic dyes
And most had no idea that things like artificial sweeteners, synthetic dyes
and artificial flavors were in their favorite toothpaste.