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AGN-PC-0D6QDP     disodium 2-[[4-[ethyl-[(3...

Synonyms: CCRIS 1867, Green 1724, F7252_SIGMA, HSDB 7973, BIF1401, ...
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High impact information on Fast Green FCF

 

Biological context of Fast Green FCF

  • Fast Green FCF reduced the frequency, but did not affect the amplitude or kinetics, of miniature synaptic events in a dose-dependent manner [5].
  • The technique, which involves a modification of the fast green FCF dye marking procedure, does not interfere with the recording quality of the high-impedance micropipettes, requires no special histology, permits routine production od 5-15 micron diameter marks at extracellular recording sites, and employs a dye known to be noncytotoxic [6].
 

Anatomical context of Fast Green FCF

 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Fast Green FCF

  • Recording extracellularly with glass microelectrodes filled with fast green FCF the only cells both ortho- and antidromically activated were localized to the dorsum of the superior vestibular nucleus [8].
  • HPLC analysis revealed that eight subsidiary colors existed in commercial Food Green No. 3 (fast green FCF, FD & C Green No. 3). Among them, four subsidiary colors C, F, G, and H were isolated by using preparative HPLC and their structures were determined by MS and NMR [9].

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  5. Fast Green FCF (Food Green 3) inhibits synaptic activity in rat hippocampal interneurons. van Hooft, J.A. Neurosci. Lett. (2002) [Pubmed]
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  9. Structural determination of subsidiary colors in commercial Food Green No. 3 (fast green FCF, FD & C Green No. 3). Ngang, E., Matsufuji, H., Chino, M., Goda, Y., Toyoda, M., Takeda, M. Shokuhin Eiseigaku Zasshi (2001) [Pubmed]
 
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