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*  Tolonium chloride
Toluidine Blue is often used to identify mast cells, by virtue of the heparin in their cytoplasmic granules. It is also used to ... A positive toluidine blue test causes the solution to turn from blue to pink. A similar test can be performed with ... Alkaline solutions of toluidine blue are commonly used for staining semi-thin (0.5 to 1 μm) sections of resin-embedded tissue. ... Toluidine blue solution is used in testing for lignin, a complex organic molecule that bonds to cellulose fibres and ...
*  Nontreponemal tests for syphilis
Toluidine Red Unheated Serum Test and the CSF Rapid Plasma Reagin Test with the CSF Venereal Disease Research Laboratory Test ... test and the toluidine red unheated serum test (TRUST). Syphilitic infection leads to the production of nonspecific antibodies ...
*  Alcian blue stain
In aqueous solution Alcian blues continue to be metachromatic at molar concentrations one hundredth those at which toluidine ... compared to toluidine blue ~0.7 x1.1 nm) makes its diffusion very slow in less permeable parts of the tissue and thus prevent ... toluidine blue, methylene blue and azure A etc.), which are metachromatic due to switching from monomeric to stacked aggregates ... in contrast toluidine blue is partially extracted away during dehydration). This unleachability is the chemical basis of the ...
*  Toluidine
There are three isomers of toluidine, which are organic compounds. These isomers are o-toluidine, m-toluidine, and p-toluidine ... MSDS o-Toluidine, m-Toluidine, p-Toluidine CDC - NIOSH Pocket to Chemical Hazards. ... ortho- and meta-toluidines are viscous liquids, but para-toluidine is a flaky solid. This difference is related to the fact ... p-Toluidine can be obtained from reduction of p-nitrotoluene. p-Toluidine reacts with formaldehyde to form Tröger's base. The ...
*  O-Toluidine
... has two more configurations, p-toluidine and m-toluidine. While most properties of these toluidine are comparable ... o-Toluidine can also be used for measuring serum glucose concentration, in the form of acetic acid-o-toluidine. The o-toluidine ... Figure 2 shows a very general synthesis reaction of o-toluidine and the other products (p-toluidine and m-toluidine). To obtain ... o-Toluidine exposure has been researched in a number of different degrees in animals. o-Toluidine was found to be harmful to ...
*  Toluidine blue stain
Muscle biopsy Staining Toluidine blue Sridharan, G; Shankar, AA (2012). "Toluidine blue: A review of its chemistry and clinical ... Toluidine blue is a basic thiazine metachromatic dye with high affinity for acidic tissue components. It stains nucleic acids ... Sridharan, G; Shankar, AA (2012). "Toluidine blue: A review of its chemistry and clinical utility". J Oral Maxillofac Pathol. ... http://www.histalim.com/accueil/activities/our-services/histology/toluidine-blue/ Olshaker, Jackson and Smock (2001). Forensic ...
*  4-Chloro-o-toluidine
... (4-COT, 4-chloro-2-methylaniline) is the organic compound with the formula CH3C6H3Cl(NH2). It is a ... 48, p-Chloro-o-Toluidine and its strong salts Weisburger E.K. et al., Testing of twenty-one environ. aromatic amines or ... Toxicol., 1987, 2, 326-356 Bentley P. et al., Species differences in the toxicity of p-chloro-o-toluidine to rats and mice. ... Production of 4-chloro-o-toluidine began in Germany in 1924. In Switzerland, 4-COT and its salts were produced between 1956 and ...
*  Hofmann-Martius rearrangement
Hofmann, A. W. (1872). "Umwandlung des Anilins in Toluidin". Berichte der deutschen chemischen Gesellschaft. 5 (2): 720. doi: ...
*  August Wilhelm von Hofmann
Muspratt, James S.; Hofmann, August W. (1845). "On Toluidine, a New Organic Base". MCPS. 2: 367-383. Alston, Theodore A. (2003 ... A subsequent paper, Muspratt and Hofmann's "On Toluidine", described some of the first "synthetical experiments" (synthetische ...
*  Aniline
... and para-toluidines; and aniline oil for safranine, which contains aniline and ortho-toluidine, and is obtained from the ... These include toluidines, xylidines, chloroanilines, aminobenzoic acids, nitroanilines, and many others. They often are ... For example, this approach is used to convert toluene into toluidines and chlorobenzene into 4-chloroaniline. The chemistry of ...
*  3-Nitrotoluene
It is used in the manufacture of meta-toluidine. It is an intermediate in the production of various dyes. It is made by ...
*  4-Nitrotoluene
It undergoes the expected reactions, e.g. hydrogenation gives p-toluidine. The principle application involves its sulfonation ...
*  Jaswant Singh-Bhattacharji (JSB) stain
"Rapid detection of malaria parasite by toluidine blue method: A new staining method". Journal of Global Infectious Diseases. 5 ...
*  Starlicide
Preparations of this chemical may be named as a hydrochloride (e.g. "3-chloro-p-toluidine hydrochloride", CPTH), indicating ... Hurley, JC; Volz, SA; Johnston, JJ (1999). "Stabilization of the avicide 3-chloro-p-toluidine as the beta-cyclodextrin adduct ... Stahl, RS; Furcolow, C; Hurley, JC; Johnston, JJ (2005). "Characterizing 3-chloro-p-toluidine hydrochloride on rough-hulled ... or 3-chloro-p-toluidine. Numbered groups (2-chloro, 4-amino) also may be named out of order; the numbers of such groups equal ...
*  Metachromasia
For example, toluidine blue becomes dark blue (with a colour range from blue-red dependent on glycosaminoglycan content) when ... Therefore, toluidine blue will appear purple to red when it stains these components. The metachromatic properties of ... When these tissues are stained with a concentrated basic dye solution, such as toluidine blue, the bound dye molecules are ... dimethylmethylene blue, a thiazine dye closely related to toluidine blue, have been exploited to assay glycosaminoglycans ...
*  2-Nitrotoluene
2-Nitrotolune is mainly consumed in the production of o-toluidine, a precursor to dyes. "NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards ...
*  Tolylfluanid
The product further reacts with p-toluidine and dichlorofluoromethanesulfenyl chloride to yield the final product. Tolylfluanid ...
*  Mauveine
... and one of o-toluidine. Mauveine B (C27H25N4+X−) incorporates one molecule each of aniline, p-toluidine, and o-toluidine. In ... Its organic synthesis involves dissolving aniline, p-toluidine, and o-toluidine in sulfuric acid and water in a roughly 1:1:2 ... In one attempt, Perkin oxidized aniline using potassium dichromate, whose toluidine impurities reacted with the aniline and ... Mauveine A (C26H23N4+X−) incorporates 2 molecules of aniline, one of p-toluidine, ...
*  Methylaniline
... may refer to: N-Methylaniline Toluidines 2-Methylaniline (o-toluidine) 3-Methylaniline (m-toluidine) 4- ...
*  Hydroxymethylfurfural
Winkler photometric method is a colour-reaction using p-toluidine and barbituric acid (DIN 10751-1). Photometric test may be ...
*  Alcian yellow
... is used in histology in conjunction with toluidine blue to help visualize H. pylori. The resulting structures are ...
*  Telocyte
Toluidine blue stained Semithin Epon sections of jejunum mucosa showing the bottom of Lieberkuhn glands in transverse section ... High resolution light microscopy on toluidine blue stained semithin section (~1 mm thick ultramicrotome Figure 14. Electron ...
*  Bacterial cell structure
... they appear red or blue when stained with the blue dyes methylene blue or toluidine blue. Gas vacuoles are membrane-bound, ...
*  Anti-thrombin antibodies
"An autoantibody with potent antithrombin activity whose action could be inhibited by toluidine blue or methylene blue". Am. J. ...
*  Ivan Ostromislensky
He also proposed organic additions to rubber, such as toluidine and naphthylamine, in order to improve its properties. Those ...