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a toxic white lustrous crystalline phenol used to treat certain skin diseases and as a photographic developer

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Caption: Figure 4: (a) High-performance liquid chromatography of peel extracts (CPWE and CPEE) of Tainoung number 1 cultivar; (b) high-performance liquid chromatography of polyphenol standards: gallic acid (1), pyrogallol (2), chlorogenic acid (3), p-hydroxybenzoic acid (4), p-coumaric acid (5), ECG (6), and CG (7).
Purified MWNTs of 100 mg and 400 mg pyrogallol were added to 200-ml ethanol.
A 1995 report showed that superoxide generated by autoxidation of pyrogallol was quenched by nicotinic acid only at supraphysiologic concentrations.
For example, the common phenolic molecule pyrogallol has been extracted from Agaricus bisporus, Cantharellus cibarius, and Lactarius deliciosus [89, 90].
The methods to estimate 24-hour urine varied from one study to other, for example, Biuret method [10, 13, 18, 19, 24], Bradford assay [17], Coomassie reagent method [22], Polyethylene glycol turbidimetry [20], Pyrogallol red reaction [5,11,12,15], Trichloroacetic acid [14, 16], and Turbidimetric method [21] Table 7).
The reaction mixture consisted of 0.5 mL of tris-buffer (50 mM; pH-8.2), 0.5 mL pyrogallol (0.5 mM), and 0.5 mL EDTA (1 mM), in different volumes, 0.025 mL, 0.05 mL, 0.075 mL, and 0.1 mL of serum.
The strongest p53 activity was found in two chemicals: pyrogallol and gallic acid.
Abdellatif, "Electrochemical treatment of aqueous wastes containing pyrogallol by BDD-anodic oxidation," Journal of Environmental Management, vol.
Pyrogallol (100 \xM) was used as a positive control, and samples were compared with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST; Gaithershurg, MD, USA) standard reference materials for urban dust (SRM- 1649a; 1 mg/mL) and diesel exhaust PM(SRM-2975;10pg/mL).
Because of its pyrogallol structure, it shows a greater oxidizability and the quinine formed can be stabilized by resonance structures.
We measured M-spikes using Helena SPIFE SPE reagent sets (Helena Labs) in combination with serum total protein determined with Biuret reagent (Siemens) on an Advia 1200 (Siemens) and urine total protein determined with pyrogallol red (Wako) on a Cobas c501 analyzer (Roche Diagnostics).
But the FDA warns consumers to steer clear of any temporary tattoos labeled as "black henna" or "premixed henna," as these have been known to contain potentially harmful adulterants including silver nitrate, carmine, pyrogallol, disperse orange dye and chromium.
(SRL) Chemicals (India), cumene hydro peroxide, pyrogallol was from Hi-media Laboratory (Mumbai, India).