Definition of Thionin

1. Noun. (alternative form of thionine) ¹



2. Noun. (protein) Any of a class of cytotoxic polypeptides found in some plants ¹

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Definition of Thionin

1. a violet dye [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thionin

thiometalate
thiometalates
thiometallate
thiometallates
thionaphthene
thionaphthenes
thionate
thionates
thione
thionein
thioneine
thiones
thionic
thionic acid
thionin (current term)
thionine
thionines
thionins
thiono-
thionol
thionoline
thionolines
thionucleosides
thionucleotides
thionyl
thionylamine
thionylamines
thionyls
thiopanic acid

Literary usage of Thionin

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1. A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis by Means of Microscopical and Chemical by Charles Edmund Simon (1904)
"... Carbol-thionin. — This method, which was formerly extensively employed in the study of malarial blood, is no longer in common use. ..."

2. A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis by Means of Microscopical and Chemical by Charles Edmund Simon (1904)
"... Carbol-thionin.—This method, which was formerly extensively employed in the study of malarial blood, is no longer in common use. It gives good results, ..."

3. The Gross and Minute Anatomy of the Central Nervous System by Herman Camp Grodinier, H. C. Cordinier (1899)
"To Stain Nerve-cells with thionin.—(i) Harden in ninety percent, alcohol, then in absolute alcohol, or in formalin followed by alcohol; (2) embed specimens ..."

4. Transactions of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland by Academy of Medicine in Ireland (1906)
"thionin AS A BULK STAIN FOR THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM. ... and recently he and I have employed thionin in their place. The method employed is the following ..."

5. Clinical Laboratory Methods: A Manual of Technique and Morphology Designed by Roger Sylvester Morris (1913)
"Preparations stained with carbol-thionin fade in the course of several months, as a rule. Staining Mixtures of Two or More Stains (5) Ehrlich's Triacid ..."

6. Clinical Laboratory Methods: A Manual of Technique and Morphology Designed by Roger Sylvester Morris (1913)
"Preparations stained with carbol-thionin fade in the course of several months, as a rule. Staining Mixtures of Two or More Stains (5) Ehrlich's Triacid ..."

7. The Venom of Heloderma by Leo Loeb (1913)
"Stained with thionin (Nissl method). Examination of the medulla and spinal cord showed no ... Sections were cut at various levels and stained with thionin. ..."

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