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Rose bengal is a stain. Its sodium salt is commonly used in eye drops to stain damaged conjunctival and corneal cells and thereby identify damage to the eye.

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It has been believed that 1% rose bengal does not stain normal, healthy cells but rather stains degenerated or dead cells and mucous strands. In contrast to this ...

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Rose bengal is a food colourant; no longer FDA permitted Rose Bengal (4, 5, 6, 7 -tetrachloro-2', 4', 5', 7'-tetraiodofluorescein) is a stain. Its sodium salt is ...

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Sigma-Aldrich offers Aldrich-328960, Rose Bengal lactone for your research needs. Find product specific information including CAS, MSDS, protocols and ...

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The sodium salt of tetraiodotetra-chlorfluorescein, used as a stain for bacteria, as a stain in the diagnosis of keratitis sicca, and formerly in liver function tests.

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Rose Bengal Glostrips with 1.3mg strength used as diagnostic agent in routine ocular examination and treatment of superficial conjunctiva. Order at Accutome.

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Buy Rose Bengal (CAS 632-69-9), a water soluble potent glutamate uptake inhibitor. Join researchers using high quality Rose Bengal from Abcam and achieve ...

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It is a non-pyrogenic solution of Rose Bengal disodium (10% RB) which is not metabolized, has about a 30-minute circulatory half-life and is excreted via bile.