Other uses of aniline include the manufacture of rubber processing chemicals and the production of agrochemicals and dyestuffs.
Microsomal enzyme levels such as P - 450, reductase, and aniline hydroxylation enzyme were also restored to normal levels after Solanum alatum administration.
O'Neill identified dahlia as a blue violet developed from aniline red, while Schultz identified it variously as methyl violet and a mixture of magenta and methyl violet.
Paul Ehrlich improved on Koch's staining procedure, using aniline instead of ammonia and fuchsin instead of methylene blue.
An example of a tumor is labeled ‘carcinoma of the mamma gland’ and stained with red aniline .
Predominantly in the tangential walls, primary pit fields of high density are conspicuously labelled by aniline blue staining of callose.
Callose was detected by incubating the tissue in 0.1 mM aniline blue in 0.07 M phosphate buffer, pH 8.5, for 3 h, followed by overnight washing in buffer and brief washing in water.
Quantitative analyses using aniline blue revealed that the amounts of 1,3 - ß-glucan in wsc1 and rom2 cells were reduced while other suppressor deletion mutant cells were not.
The calculations of Sponar suggest the nonplanarity of amino groups that are bound to aromatic systems such as in aniline or in the nucleic acid bases.
Radial water flow was induced by application of a pressure gradient of - 0.06 MPa. Sections were incubated with monoclonal ABA antibodies and with the secondary Alexa 568 antibodies and stained with aniline blue and toluidine blue.