crystal violet

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Synonyms for crystal violet

a green crystal (violet in water) used as a dye or stain or bactericide or fungicide or anthelmintic or burn treatment

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Materials: Fuchsin acid (FA) was purchased from Fluka Chemicals while crystal violet (CV) was a product of Applichem Chemical Co.
Using a spectroscopy technique that monitors molecules as they traverse membranes, Wilhelm and colleagues found that crystal violet doesn't cross the inner membrane of either cell type.
After 14 days in culture, plates were washed with phosphate-buffered saline (PBS) and cells were stained with 3% crystal violet for 30 min.
Our results show crystal violet to be highly surface active, with surface concentrations being five orders of magnitude greater than concentrations in the bulk solution.
In the present study, we compared the results of the methods using crystal violet staining (1% glutaraldehyde or 4% paraformaldehye fixation), LDH and trypan blue assay to reveal the most suitable assay to determine the effect of hyperthermia on viability of human breast cancer (MDA-MB 231) and normal liver (WRL-68) cells.
1) to compare sensitivity of negative staining techniques using various stains such as malachite green, crystal violet, and methylene blue for rapid detection of oocysts of Cryptosporidium, Cyclospora, and Cystoisospora;
In the next stage, researchers studied the adsorption of methylene green (MG) pigments and crystal violet (CV) by synthesized samples at various concentrations of pigment and at different pH values.
The crystal violet (CV) dye is a synthetic cationic dye and transmits violet color in aqueous solution.
The results for outer membrane (OM) permeabilization in both nitrocefin (NCF) assay and crystal violet uptake showed that the combination of ceftazidime plus apigenin significantly altered OM permeabilisation of CREC compared to control or single treatment of these agents.
Biofilm biomass was visualized and quantified with a modified crystal violet binding assay.
While the Crystal Violet shade I tried was very deep colour in appearance, it went on more like a pink-violet tint and kept my lips smooth for hours.
Biofilms form either on the side or the bottom of the wells (or both) and are stained with crystal violet dye (Figure 2).
Hence, the present work is aimed to develop a simple, cost effective and environmentally benign method for removal of crystal violet from aqueous solution using carbon prepared from crab shell waste (CC) as sorbent.