A primary color of the spectrum that, when added to blue, forms purple, and when added to yellow, forms orange.
An odorless red-brown powder used in testing for amyloid. In polarized light, amyloid treated with Congo red produces a green fluorescence.
An indicator of pH. It is yellow below pH 7.4 and red above 9.0.
An indicator of pH. It is red at pH 4.4 and yellow at 6.2.
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A red azo dye used to stimulate healing of indolent ulcers, burns, wounds, and so on; in histology, used as a stain.
SYN: SEE: rubrum scarlatinum
A stain used in preparing tissues for microscopic examination.
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