Handbook of Biological Dyes and Stains: Synthesis and Industrial Applications

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John Wiley & Sons, 7 de abr. de 2010 - 544 páginas

A COMPLETE, UP-TO-DATE RESOURCE OF INFORMATION ON MORE THAN 200 DYES AND STAINS

Handbook of Biological Dyes and Stains is the most comprehensive volume available on the subject, covering all the available dyes and stains known to date in the literature for use in biology and medicine. Top dye expert Dr. Ram Sabnis organizes the compounds alphabetically by the most commonly used chemical name. He presents an easy-to-use reference complete with novel ideas for breakthrough research in medical, biological, chemical, and related fields.

This is the first book to give the CAS registry number, chemical structure, Chemical Abstracts index name, all other chemical names, Merck Index number, chemical/dye class, molecular formula, molecular weight, physical form, solubility, melting point, boiling point, pH range, color change at pH, pKa, absorption, and emission maxima of dyes and stains, as well as to provide access to synthesis procedures (lab scale and industrial scale) of dyes and stains. This user-friendly handbook also features references on safety, toxicity, and adverse effects of dyes and stains on humans, animals, and the environment, including:

  • acute/chronic toxicity
  • aquatic toxicity
  • carcinogenicity
  • cytotoxicity
  • ecotoxicity
  • genotoxicity
  • hepatotoxicity
  • marine toxicity
  • mutagenicity
  • nephrotoxicity
  • neurotoxicity
  • oral toxicity
  • phototoxicity
  • phytotoxicity

The use of biological dyes and stains has extremely high potential in today's business environment. This makes Handbook of Biological Dyes and Stains a convenient, must-have reference. Its staining, biological, and industrial applications make it a vital resource for industrial and academic researchers; the book also serves as a valuable desktop reference for medical professionals, biologists, chemists, chemical/optical engineers, physicists, materials scientists, intellectual property professionals, students, and professors.

 

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LIGHT GREEN SF YELLOWISH
261
LOLO 1
264
LUCIFER YELLOW CH
266
LUCIFER YELLOW VS
269
LUCIGENIN
271
MAGFURA 2 FURAPTRA
275
MAGFURA 2 AM
278
MAGINDO 1
281

AMARANTH
19
9AMINO6CHLORO2METHOXYACRIDINE ACMA
22
ANILINE BLUE METHYL BLUE
24
AURAMINE O
27
AZURE A
30
AZURE B
33
BAPTA
37
BAPTA AM
40
BASIC FUCHSIN
43
BISMARK BROWN Y
46
BLUE TETRAZOLIUM BT
48
BOBO 1
51
BOBO 3
53
BODIPY FL C5CERAMIDE
55
BRILLIANT BLUE FCF
57
BRILLIANT CRESYL BLUE
60
BRILLIANT GREEN
61
BSPT
64
BTC
66
BTC AM
68
CALCEIN
71
CALCEIN AM
74
CALCEIN BLUE
78
CALCEIN BLUE AM
80
CALCIUM GREEN 1
81
CALCIUM GREEN 2
84
CALCIUM GREEN 5N
86
CARMINE
88
COELENTERAZINE
92
COELENTERAZINE cp
96
COELENTERAZINE f
98
COELENTERAZINE h
100
COELENTERAZINE hcp
102
COELENTERAZINE n
104
CONGO RED
106
CoroNa GREEN
110
CoroNa GREEN AM
111
CoroNa RED
112
CRESYL VIOLET ACETATE
114
CRYSTAL VIOLET
116
CYANOTOLYL TETRAZOLIUM CHLORIDE CTC
120
DAF FM
123
DANSYL CADAVERINE
125
DAPI
127
DARROW RED
129
DASPEI
130
DASPMI
132
Di2ANEPEQ
134
Di4ANEPPS
135
Di8ANEPPS
137
DiBAC43
139
DiBAC45
142
DiD
144
DIHYDROETHIDIUM
146
DIHYDRORHODAMINE 6G
149
DIHYDRORHODAMINE 123
151
DiI
153
DiIC15
156
DiOC23
158
DiOC53
160
DiOC63
162
DiOC73
166
DiSBAC23
167
DiSC35
169
EOSIN B
171
EOSIN Y
173
ERYTHROSIN
177
ETHIDIUM BROMIDE
183
ETHIDIUM HOMODIMER1 EthD1
186
ETHIDIUM HOMODIMER2 EthD2
189
ETHIDIUM MONOAZIDE EMA
191
ETHYL EOSIN
193
FAST GREEN FCF
195
FLUO 3
198
FLUO 3 AM
201
FLUO 4
203
FLUO 4 AM
205
FLUOZIN 1
207
FLUOZIN 2
208
FLUOZIN 3
209
FM 464
211
FURA 2
213
FURA 2 AM
215
FURA 2FF
217
GIEMSA STAIN
219
HEMATOXYLIN
223
HEXIDIUM IODIDE
227
HOECHST 33258
229
HOECHST 33342
233
HOECHST 34580
237
INDIGO CARMINE
239
INDO 1
243
INDO 1 AM
245
IODONITRO TETRAZOLIUM INT
247
JANUS GREEN B
249
JC 1
252
JC 9
256
JOJO 1
257
JOPRO 1
259
MAGINDO 1 AM
283
MAGNESIUM GREEN
284
MALACHITE GREEN
286
MALACHITE GREEN OXALATE SALT
290
MEQ
292
METHYLENE BLUE
293
METHYLENE BLUE TRIHYDRATE
296
METHYLENE VIOLET METHYLENE VIOLET BERNTHSEN
298
METHYL GREEN
300
METHYL ORANGE ORANGE III
302
METHYLTHIAZOLETETRAZOLIUM MTT
305
METHYL VIOLET 2B METHYL VIOLET
309
MONOBROMOBIMANE mBBr
313
MQAE
316
NBD C6CERAMIDE
317
NBD METHYLHYDRAZINE
320
NEOTETRAZOLIUM NT
322
NEUTRAL RED
324
NEWPORT GREEN DCF
327
NEWPORT GREEN PDX
329
NIGROSIN
330
NILE BLUE A
333
NITRO BLUE TETRAZOLIUM NBT
336
NONYLACRIDINE ORANGE NAO
339
NUCLEAR YELLOW
342
OIL RED O
345
ORANGE II TROPAEOLIN OOO
349
ORANGE G
352
ORCEIN
356
OXONOL V
359
OXONOL VI
361
PARAROSANILINE HYDROCHLORIDE
363
PBFI
366
PBFI AM
368
PHEN GREEN SK
369
PHLOXINE B
370
PONCEAU SX
375
POPO 1
378
POPO 3
380
POPRO 1
382
POPRO 3
384
PROPIDIUM IODIDE
386
PYRONIN B
388
PYRONIN Y
390
QSY 7 CARBOXYLIC ACID SUCCINIMIDYL ESTER
393
QSY 9 CARBOXYLIC ACID SUCCINIMIDYL ESTER
396
QSY 21 CARBOXYLIC ACID SUCCINIMIDYL ESTER
398
QUIN 2
400
QUIN 2 AM
402
REDOXSENSOR RED CC1
405
RESAZURIN SODIUM SALT
406
RH 237
408
RH 414
410
RH 421
412
RH 795
414
RHODAMINE 6G
415
RHODAMINE 123
418
RHODZIN 3
421
ROSE BENGAL
422
SAFRANIN O
425
SBFI
428
SBFI AM
431
SPQ
433
STAINSALL
436
STILBENE ISOTHIOCYANATE SULFONIC ACID SITS
438
SUDAN BLACK B
440
SUDAN III
443
SUDAN IV
447
SUNSET YELLOW FCF
450
TARTRAZINE
455
TETRANITRO BLUE TETRAZOLIUM TNBT
461
TETRAZOLIUM VIOLET TV
463
THIONIN
465
TMRE
467
TMRM
469
TOLUIDINE BLUE O
470
TOPRO 1
475
TOPRO 3
477
TOPRO 5
479
TOTO 1
480
TOTO 3
483
TRIPHENYL TETRAZOLIUM CHLORIDE TTC
485
TSQ
488
XTT
491
YOPRO 1
495
YOPRO 3
497
YOYO 1
498
YOYO 3
500
ZINQUIN
503
ZINQUIN ESTER
506
APPENDIX A INDEX OF CAS REGISTRY NUMBERS
507
APPENDIX B INDEX OF BIOLOGICAL DYESSTAINS CERTIFIED BY BIOLOGICAL STAIN COMMISSION
511
APPENDIX C INDEX OF FDC DYES APPROVED BY FOOD DRUG ADMINISTRATION
513
APPENDIX D INDEX OF METAL INDICATORS
515
APPENDIX E INDEX OF NUCLEIC ACID STAINS
517
APPENDIX F INDEX OF ORGANELLE PROBES
519
APPENDIX G INDEX OF pH INDICATORS
521
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RAM W. SABNIS, PHD, is a patent agent at Pfizer Inc. in Madison, New Jersey. His interests include dyes, pigments, organic chemistry, nanotechnology, biotechnology, medicinal chemistry, medical devices, and patents. He is a registered patent agent with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and is also the inventor of more than fifty U.S. and international patents (issued/published). Dr. Sabnis is one of the world's foremost experts on dyes, inventing the world's first colored bubbles (non-staining) and a color-changing dye system with many applications. He has more than twenty-five years of industrial and academic research experience in dye chemistry and more than 150 publications, which include books, book chapters, encyclopedia chapters, patents, reviews, papers, and symposia presentations. Dr. Sabnis is the recipient of the Perkin Innovation Award, Grand Innovation Award, Competitive Spirit Award, and Best Doctoral Thesis Award.

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