Chemical Name — ACRIFLAVINE NEUTRAL

Acriflavin Neutral acts as an intercalating dye and also reported to inhibit mitochondriogenesis. An antiseptic. It has been used in applications for dual fluorescence analysis of cellular DNA and protein simultaneously.

Description
IUPAC Name 3,6-Diamino-10-methylacridin-10-ium chloride
CAS Number 8048-52-0
Molecular Formula C14H14ClN3
Synonyms Euflavin; Acriflavin; Mixture of 3,6-Diamino-10-methylacridinium chloride and 3,6-acridinediamine; Chromoflavine; Neutroflavine; Xanthacridine; Acriflavon; Trypaflavine; Gonacrine; Gonacrin; Panflavin
Application Intercalating dyeinhibits mitochondriogenesis Antiseptic Used in applications for dual fluorescence analysis of cellular DNA and protein simultaneously. 

 

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