The adsorption of malachite green
(MG) dye was studied by batch experiments in 250 mL glass bottles for 24 h.
In the present study, malachite green
was used for the visualization of the sperm cells and showed satisfactory staining and morphology (Figure 1), when compared with fuchsin, which is often employed for similar analysis.
Counterstaining was performed using five different stains (potassium permanganate, methylene blue, toluidine blue, malachite green
and blue ink) for 45 seconds, each smear being stained by a different dye.
Dou, Malachite green
adsorption onto natural zeolite and reuse by microwave irradiation, J.
As the residues of malachite green
in water are low, the efficient enrichment method is needed.
The highest sorption capacity (350 mg/g and 170 mg/g with respect to malachite green
and Congo red, respectively) belongs to the magnetic nanocomposite sorbent based on saponite clay Sap7.
Evaluation of activity of new combined essential oils in comparison with malachite green
on hatching rate in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) eggs.
dye is a direct dye used on wool, jute, silk, cotton, leather and paper.
Sadowski, "Biosorption of malachite green
by eggshells: mechanism identification and process optimization," Bioresource Technology, vol.
The highest percentage of decolorization by laccase was exhibited for malachite green
(98% and 96.8%) followed by Congo red (95% and 85%) and methyl orange (87.6% and 83%).