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Cresyl Violet acetate is used as stain for nerve cells and tissue spinal cord section, brain paraffin, cells and granules. It is also useful to measure pyruvate dehydrogenase complex activity when its acetylation is coupled with acetyl-CoA production.
Sekhar, M. C.; Samantha, A. Ultrafast Transient Absorption Study of the Nature of Interaction between Oppositely Charged Photoexcited CdTe Quantum Dots and Cresyl Violet. J. Phys. Chem. C 2015, 119 (27), 15661-15668.
Kettisen, K.; Bulow, L.; Sakai, H. Potential Electron Mediators to Extract Electron Energies of RBC Glycolysis for Prolonged in Vivo Functional Lifetime of Hemoglobin Vesicles. Bioconjugate Chem. 2015, 26 (4), 746-754.
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