acriflavine


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ac·ri·fla·vine

 (ăk′rə-flā′vēn′, -vĭn)
n.
A brown or orange powder, C14H14N3Cl, derived from acridine and formerly used as a topical antiseptic.

[Blend of acridine and flavin.]
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acriflavine

(ˌækrɪˈfleɪvɪn; -viːn) or

acriflavin

n
(Pharmacology) a brownish or orange-red powder used in medicine as an antiseptic and disinfectant. Formula: C14H14N3Cl
[C20: from acridine + flavin]
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ac•ri•fla•vine

(ˌæk rəˈfleɪ vɪn, -vin)

n.
an orange-brown, granular solid, C14H14N3Cl, formerly used as an antiseptic.
[1915–20; acri(dine) + flavin]
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The synthesized parent complex of Na[Ni[([L.sub.1]).sub.3]] and the cadmium aspartato complex also lacked antibacterial activity but had similar moderate antifungal activity to acriflavine (Table 3).
Inhibition of HIF-1[alpha]ctivity by either anthracycline chemotherapy or acriflavine is known to prevent tumor vascularization in in vivo studies, suggesting that HIF-1 role is critical in tumor angiogenesis [47,48].
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Two hydrophilic fluorescent dyes of different families, namely, trypaflavine (acriflavine chloride) and eosin Y, were used in our experiments [30].