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car·mine

 (kär′mĭn, -mīn′)
n.
1. A strong to vivid red.
2. A crimson pigment derived from cochineal.
adj.
Strong to vivid red.

[French carmin, from Medieval Latin carminium, probably blend of Arabic qirmiz, kermes; see kermes, and Latin minium, cinnabar; see minium.]
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carmine

(ˈkɑːmaɪn)
n
1. (Colours)
a. a vivid red colour, sometimes with a purplish tinge
b. (as adjective): carmine paint.
2. (Dyeing) a pigment of this colour obtained from cochineal
[C18: from Medieval Latin carmīnus, from Arabic qirmiz kermes]
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car•mine

(ˈkɑr mɪn, -maɪn)

n.
1. a crimson or purplish red color.
2. a crimson pigment obtained from cochineal.
[1705–15; < French carmin (color), carmine (pigment), Old French; compare Medieval Latin carminium]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.carmine - a variable color averaging a vivid redcarmine - a variable color averaging a vivid red
red, redness - red color or pigment; the chromatic color resembling the hue of blood
Verb1.carmine - color carmine
redden - make red; "The setting sun reddened the sky"
Adj.1.carmine - of a color at the end of the color spectrum (next to orange); resembling the color of blood or cherries or tomatoes or rubies
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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Translations

carmine

[ˈkɑːmaɪn]
A. ADJcarmín, de carmín
B. Ncarmín m
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carmine

adjkarm(es)inrot
nKarmesin nt, → Karmin nt
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carmine

[ˈkɑːmaɪn] adj & ncarminio inv
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car·mine

n. carmín, carmesí.
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The blue colour is obtained via a mix of 'nature and technology' using two pigments - anthocyanin, found in the skin of red grapes, and indigo carmine.
Four hundred and seventy-one women underwent hysterectomy and had intraoperative cystoscopy, including evaluation of ureteral patency with administration of intravenous (IV) indigo carmine. Patients underwent abdominal, vaginal, or laparoscopic hysterectomy, and 54 (11.4%) had concurrent POP or anti-incontinence procedures.
While in the past, I have used intravenous indigo carmine, methylene blue, or fluorescein sodium, I currently use Pyridium (phenazopyridine) 200 mg taken by mouth 1 hour prior to the procedure.
CE in the colon comprises dye-based chromoendoscopy (methylene blue and indigo carmine) and digital chromoendoscopy (optical and virtual CE).
Some of the evidence that was presented to support the antibody- or amino acid-catalysed ozone formation included the occurrence of three known ozone reactions, namely, the conversion of indigo carmine, 4-vinylbenzoic acid, or cholesterol to isatin sulfonate, 4-carboxybenzaldehyde, or 3[beta]-hydroxy-5-oxo-5,6-seco-choclestan6-al (secosterol A), respectively, when the mentioned reactants were incubated with antibodies or amino acids in the presence of singlet oxygen [8-10].
Then, the esophageal mass was removed using snare electrocautery after injecting the base of the mass with a mixed solution of saline and indigo carmine. The specimen was a cellular-like cystic structure, composed of jelly-like material.
ACF are invisible during routine colonoscopy yet are well identifiable in chromoendoscopy using methylene blue or indigo carmine. High-resolution colonoscopes are used for assessment of ACF.
The solution for the submucosal injection was prepared by adding small amounts of epinephrine and indigo carmine to 0.9% physiological saline (5ml indigo carmine, 1ml epinephrine and 100ml physiological saline).
Indigo carmine (also known as 5,5'-indigodisulfonic acid sodium salt or indigotine)isablue dyethathasbeen used since the early nineteenth century to localize the ureteral orifice and identifysevered ureters and urinary fistulas [1].
Under sedation with isoflurane inhalation, all rats were subsequently anesthetized with intraperitoneal (IP) ketamine (100 mg/kg) plus xylazine (15 mg/kg) after being preoperatively hydrated by subcutaneous injection of 5 cc saline mixed with indigo carmine (5,5'-indigodisulfonic acid sodium salt, 0.37 mg/L).