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Iodoplatinate     potassium; hydrogen(+1) cation; platinum;...

Synonyms: AC1Q1TQH, AR-1L1647, AC1L552X
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High impact information on Iodoplatinate

  • In infected tissue, H. pylori affects iodoplatinate-reactive material within the mucous layer and material covering the epithelium [1].
  • The hydrophobic nature of the canine gastric mucosa under the above experimental conditions correlated well (r = 0.743, p less than 0.005) with the percentage of mucosal surface covered by this filamentous band, and less so with the density of iodoplatinate-reactive structures within the mucus gel [2].
  • With respect to phospholipids located in the extracellular matrix, the malachite-green-glutaraldehyde (MGA) method or iodoplatinate (IP) reaction retains and visualizes enamel and dentin phospholipids [3].
  • In order to study the uptake and fate of [3H]choline into cellular and extracellular phospholipids in the forming part of mandibular rat incisors, radioautography was carried out after treatment with the iodoplatinate reaction which retains phospholipids [4].
  • Of the approximately 300 species of ALOE (Liliaceae) native to Africa and Arabia, leaf extracts of 224 species have been examined chromatographically for alkaloids using ninhydrin, Dragendorff's reagent, nitroprusside, and iodoplatinate as revealing agents [5].

Anatomical context of Iodoplatinate

  • Among them, the iodoplatinate method is the only one that almost exclusively visualizes the phospholipid moiety being produced in the lamellated bodies of the pulmonary epithelial cells and forming the backbone of organized structures within the extracellular lining layer [6].

Associations of Iodoplatinate with other chemical compounds

  • Ferric hematoxylin (FH) and iodoplatinate (IP), selective histochemical stains for phospholipids (as confirmed by spot tests), were used to detect SAPL in frozen sections and aldehyde-fixed tissue, respectively [7].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Iodoplatinate


  1. Demonstration of a phospholipid-rich zone in the human gastric epithelium damaged by Helicobacter pylori. Mauch, F., Bode, G., Ditschuneit, H., Malfertheiner, P. Gastroenterology (1993) [Pubmed]
  2. Morphological effects of aspirin and prostaglandin on the canine gastric mucosal surface. Analysis with a phospholipid-selective cytochemical stain. Kao, Y.C., Goddard, P.J., Lichtenberger, L.M. Gastroenterology (1990) [Pubmed]
  3. Phospholipids in amelogenesis and dentinogenesis. Goldberg, M., Septier, D. Crit. Rev. Oral Biol. Med. (2002) [Pubmed]
  4. [3H]choline uptake and turnover into membrane and extracellular matrix phospholipids, visualized by radioautography in rat incisor dentin and enamel. Goldberg, M., Lécolle, S., Vermelin, L., Benghezal, A., Septier, D., Godeau, G. Calcif. Tissue Int. (1999) [Pubmed]
  5. Phenylethylamine and piperidine alkaloids in aloe species. Nash, R.J., Beaumont, J., Veitch, N.C., Reynolds, T., Benner, J., Hughes, C.N., Dring, J.V., Bennett, R.N., Dellar, J.E. Planta Med. (1992) [Pubmed]
  6. Methods of heavy metal electron microscopic histochemistry applied to frog lung surfactant. Dierichs, R., Lindner, E. Histochemistry (1979) [Pubmed]
  7. Localization of phospholipid-rich zones in rat gastric mucosa: possible origin of a protective hydrophobic luminal lining. Kao, Y.C., Lichtenberger, L.M. J. Histochem. Cytochem. (1987) [Pubmed]
  8. Clinical and biochemical studies in homocystinuria. Kaur, M., Kabra, M., Das, G.P., Suri, M., Verma, I.C. Indian pediatrics. (1995) [Pubmed]
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