Definition of Thionines
1. thionine [n] - See also: thionine
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Literary usage of Thionines
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1. Outlines of Industrial Chemistry: A Text-book for Students by Frank Hall Thorp, Charles D. Demond (1905)
"... (d) thionines are dyes containing sulphur, and are made from para-amido bodies. The most important dye of this class is methylene blue, ..."
2. The Story of a Piece of Coal: What it Is, Whence it Comes, and Whither it Goes by Edward Alfred Martin (1896)
"... the Oxazines, the thionines: the Phenol and Azo dyes are all substances which are of greater interest to the chemical student and to the colour ..."
3. The Chemistry of the Coal-tar Colours by Rudolf Benedikt (1889)
"(e) Colouring matters containing sulphur (thionines). II. Phenol dyes. (a) Nitro bodies. (6) Colouring matters which are formed by the action of nitrous ..."
4. Chemistry of Dye-stuffs by Georg von Georgievics (1903)
"... Violet) is the representative of a further group of dye-stuffs, the " Thiazines," also termed " thionines," or ..."
5. Catalyzing Inquiry at the Interface of Computing and Biology by John C. Wooley, Herbert Lin (2005)
"AUG is part of the initiation signal, and it codes for internal me- thionines as well. FIGURE 1.6 After messenger KNA is transcribed from the DNA sequence ..."