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Erythrosin B is used as a red coloring in some foods such as cherries and fish. It is used as printing ink, dental plaque disclosing agent and biological stain. It finds application as a radiopaque medium and sensitizer for orthochromatic photographic films. It is utilized as a cake-decorating gel. In addition to this, it is used in sweets such as candies and popsicles.
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Liang, J.; Xia, Q.; Wang, S.; Li, J.; Huang, Q.; Ludescher, R. D. Influence of glycerol on the molecular mobility, oxygen permeability and microstructure of amorphous zein films. Food Hydrocolloids 2015, 44, 94-100.