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A B Hodsman et al.
Journal of the American Society of Nephrology : JASN, 2(8), 1318-1327 (1992-02-01)
Twenty eight (14%) out of 196 patients in a regional dialysis population were found to have serum aluminum levels greater than or equal to 5 mumol/L or 135 micrograms/L; 21 consented to undergo a bone biopsy to identify the spectrum
[Determination of blood iron: chromazurol B, ferrozine or the method selected by the SFBC (Société Française de Biologie Clinique)?].
H Malandain et al.
Annales de biologie clinique, 45(3), 313-314 (1987-01-01)
M Kaye et al.
Kidney international, 37(4), 1142-1147 (1990-04-01)
Fourteen individuals on long term hemodialysis, with varying amounts of aluminum in bone from 11 to 296 mg/kg by flameless atomic absorption spectrophotometry, were examined to see whether the aluminon or acid solochrome azurine (ASA) staining reactions best approximated the
M Rüster et al.
Clinical nephrology, 58(4), 305-312 (2002-10-29)
In this study, the sensitivity of the aurine tricarboxylic acid (ATA) and acid solochrome azurine (ASA) stain for aluminum were compared under special consideration of the relationship to bone histology in renal osteodystrophy. Al deposition in iliac crest bone biopsies
Spectrophotometric determination of trace uranium with eriochrome azurol B and chrome azurol S in the presence of the cationic surfactant septonex
Jancar L, et al.
Talanta, 36(5), 549-555 (1989)
L M dos Reis et al.
Revista do Hospital das Clinicas, 52(4), 171-174 (1997-07-01)
Aluminum (Al) may be a pathogenic factor in dialysis associated osteodistrophy. Aluminon and Acid Solochrome Azurine have been used for the detection of Al deposits in bone. We compared Aluminon and Acid Solochrome Azurine stains in normal (N) and uremic
G Brivio et al.
La Ricerca in clinica e in laboratorio, 16(4), 523-532 (1986-10-01)
A highly sensitive monoreagent for the determination of iron and total iron-binding capacity (TIBC) in serum is described in this paper. It contains the dye chromazurol B which gives with iron a high molar absorption complex (A630nm = 1.6 X
An improved, highly sensitive method for the determination of serum iron using chromazurol B.
A Tabacco et al.
Clinica chimica acta; international journal of clinical chemistry, 114(2-3), 287-290 (1981-08-10)
The reduction mechanism at the mercury electrode in neutral and alkaline aqueous media of an hydroxytriphenylmethane dye: Eriochrome Azurol B.
Boodts C F J, et al.
J. Electroanal. Chem. Interfac. Electrochem., 139(1), 143-156 (1982)
[Advantages and limits of use of chromazurol B in the determination of siderosis].
P Chueca et al.
Annales de biologie clinique, 46(9), 741-741 (1988-01-01)
S A Romanski et al.
Mayo Clinic proceedings, 68(5), 419-426 (1993-05-01)
We compared the sensitivity of aurin tricarboxylic acid (ATA) or acid solochrome azurine (ASA) for detecting bone aluminum histochemically in 87 biopsy specimens obtained between 1983 and 1987 from 84 patients receiving dialysis therapy. Two consecutive biopsy sections were stained
M Paris et al.
Annales de biologie clinique, 44(5), 511-516 (1986-01-01)
The authors describe a manual method for the direct assay of iron in human serum using the ammonium salt of Chromazurol B. This new chromogen reacts with ferric or ferrous ions and cetyltrimethylammonium bromide giving a purple ternary complex. Reliability
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