fluorescent dye


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Synonyms for fluorescent dye

a yellow dye that is visible even when highly diluted

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The underlying assay principle (Scheme-1) is based on the reversible interaction (adsorption or desorption) between fluorescent dye and GO.
Since fluorescent dye in optical method binds specifically to platelet RNA, accurate platelet count is obtained in disorders of platelet granules as well.
However, in this case, green fluorescent dye is added on the top of the rigid UV-shielding layer and orange fluorescent dye is incorporated in the elastomer layer.
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The researchers tested the enhanced DNA imaging technique by using it to analyze an intercalating dye; a type of fluorescent dye that slides into the areas between DNA bases.
SOFTWARE that can automate the measurement of stroke damage and a fluorescent dye that could help doctors distinguish between normal and cancerous tissue in the bowel are two projects to receive a share of PS18m of Government funding into medical research.
The product is the first product candidate from Blaze's Tumor Paint platform and includes an Optide (optimized peptide), which binds and internalises into cancer cells, and a fluorescent dye, which emits light in the near-infrared range.
The main goal of this work was to study multifunctional precursor's conjugates of the fluorescent dye (PFD) with chitosan and histone H1 in order to visualize the transport of these biopolymers into the cells of different types.
Therefore, Furukawa Electric has developed Quartz Dot, its unique nanoparticle that contains fluorescent dye.
Using one fluorescent dye can detect the sperm viability.
A nanostructure of silicon nanowires coated with gold nanoparticles and a silica layer doped with the fluorescent dye, tris(bipyridine) ruthenium(II) chloride, Ru(bpy) was created.
In a paper recently published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society, Hofs group described a new assay in which various calixarenes, each paired with a fluorescent dye, were exposed to peptides bearing the modifications of the histone code.
A smart new fluorescent dye from Spectroline is being hailed a -- literally -- brilliant solution to a problem that has long prevented engineers on hydraulic and oil systems enjoying the benefits of ultraviolet (UV) leak detection.
The oxidative damage within the cell is then measured as the relative fluorescence resulting from the reaction of the reactive oxygen species with fluorescent dye.
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