Methylene Blue is a sensitive stain used for RNA and ribonuclease. This chemical helps (in vitro) with cyanide poisoning. Additionally it helps in vitro with lowering the levels of methemoglobin. It also in vitro inhibits guanylate cyclase.
Is this pharmaceutical grade, what are the list of impurities and levels, does it contain toxic/obnoxious metals
Asked by: Farhad2
Thank you for your question. This is not pharmaceutical grade. This is research grade. Please contact our Technical Service Department to request a sample Certificate of Analysis (CoA) from a recent lot to see what metals or impurities may be present.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2020-04-13
How can I prepare methylene blue solution for simple staining ??
Asked by: Eman93
Thank you for your question. This methylene blue biochemical is soluble in water. Here is a link to a Certificate of Analysis for this product:
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Various publications cite the use of theVarious publications cite the use of the polyaromatic stain, Methylene blue, for the detection of RNA and ribonuclease. it is also a well-known guanylate cyclase inhibitor. -SCBT Publication Review
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