Evans Blue is used for estimation of blood volume and in double-labeling procedure for studying axonal branching. It acts as an inhibitor of L-glutamate and kainate receptor-mediated currents. It is also a P2X-selective purinoceptor antagonist. It is also useful in molecular biology.
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Gefahrenhinweise (EU): H350
May cause cancer.
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