J J Garde et al.
Archives of andrology, 39(1), 1-9 (1997-07-01)
A procedure is described for simultaneously evaluating of sperm viability and acrosomal status in fixed deer spermatozoa. This technique, which is a modification of the triple-stain technique (TST) developed for human sperm, utilizes trypan blue to identify the percentage of...
[Case of poisoning by the dye Bismark Brown].
N M Ageeva et al.
Sudebno-meditsinskaia ekspertiza, 29(3), 59-59 (1986-07-01)
B G Prakash Kumar et al.
Journal of hazardous materials, 126(1-3), 63-70 (2005-07-26)
Hevea brasiliensis or rubberwood tree, as it is commonly known finds limited use once the latex has been tapped. The sawdust of this tree is chosen to ascertain it viability as a precursor for activation. The carbons thus obtained were...
P Talbot et al.
Stain technology, 56(5), 307-309 (1981-09-01)
We have previously described a triple stain for evaluating normal acrosome reactions of human sperm. This procedure uses trypan blue to distinguish live and dead sperm, Bismarck brown to stain the sperm's postacrosomal region, and rose Bengal to stain the...
J K Choi et al.
Analytical biochemistry, 236(1), 82-84 (1996-04-05)
A rapid and sensitive protein staining method employing a mixed dye technique has been developed. Solutions of Coomassie brilliant blue R-250 (CB, 0.2%) and Bismark brown R (BBR, 0.05%) were mixed in the volume ratio of 1:0.75 for staining (final...