(n.) A property depending on the relations of light to the eye, by which individual and specific differences in the hues and tints of objects are apprehended in vision; as, gay colors; sad colors, etc.
(n.) Any hue distinguished from white or black.
(n.) The hue or color characteristic of good health and spirits; ruddy complexion.
(n.) That which is used to give color; a paint; a pigment; as, oil colors or water colors.
(n.) That which covers or hides the real character of anything; semblance; excuse; disguise; appearance.
(n.) Shade or variety of character; kind; species.
(n.) A distinguishing badge, as a flag or similar symbol (usually in the plural); as, the colors or color of a ship or regiment; the colors of a race horse (that is, of the cap and jacket worn by the jockey).
(n.) An apparent right; as where the defendant in trespass gave to the plaintiff an appearance of title, by stating his title specially, thus removing the cause from the jury to the court.
(v. t.) To change or alter the hue or tint of, by dyeing, staining, painting, etc.; to dye; to tinge; to paint; to stain.
(v. t.) To change or alter, as if by dyeing or painting; to give a false appearance to; usually, to give a specious appearance to; to cause to appear attractive; to make plausible; to palliate or excuse; as, the facts were colored by his prejudices.
(v. t.) To hide.
(v. i.) To acquire color; to turn red, especially in the face; to blush.
(1) Using an in vitro culture system, light scatter analyses, and two-color flow cytometry, we provide evidence that the interleukin-2 (IL-2) and transferrin receptors can be induced within 48 hr on nonproliferating immature thymocytes.
(2) A sensitive color reaction after two-dimensional TLC described earlier for zeranol determination in veal samples is proposed for the detection of the zeranol metabolite zearalanone and the mycotoxin zearalenone.
(3) Experiment 3 showed that the color-induced increase in odor intensity is not due to subjects' preexperimental experience with particular color-odor combinations, because the increase occurred with novel ones.
(4) In 60 rhesus monkeys with experimental renovascular malignant arterial hypertension (25 one-kidney and 35 two-kidney model animals), we studied the so-called 'hard exudates' or white retinal deposits in detail (by ophthalmoscopy, and stereoscopic color fundus photography and fluorescein fundus angiography, on long-term follow-up).
(5) Urinalysis revealed a low pH, increased ketones and bilirubin excretion, dark yellowish change in color, the appearance of "leaflet-shaped" crystals and increased red blood cells and epithelial cells in the urinary sediment, increased water intake, decreased specific gravity and decreased sodium, potassium and chloride in the urine.
(6) Contrary to previous reports, approximately 20% of the neurons in V3 were color selective in terms of showing a severalfold greater response to the best monochromatic wavelength compared with the worst.
(7) By using various colors, it is possible to tattoo a nipple-areola complex onto the breast that will have an illusion of projection.
(8) A semiautomated colorimetric assay (MTT assay), based on the ability of live cells to reduce a tetrazolium-based compound, 3-(4,5-dimethylthiazol-2-yl)-2,5-diphenyl tetrazolium bromide (MTT), to a purplish colored formazan product that can be measured spectrophotometrically, has recently been adapted for use in drug sensitivity analysis of cultured human tumor cell lines.
(9) Fifty-one severely retarded adults were taught a difficult visual discrimination in an assembly task by one of three training techniques: (a) adding and reducing large cue differences on the relevant-shape dimension; (b) adding and fading a redundant-color dimension; or (c) a combination of the two techniques.
(10) Estimated by SSST, the FAFol, which employs the stool with the highest content of 51Cr corresponding to the most carmine-colored stool, correlated closely with the FAFol based on complete stool collection (r = 0.96, n = 39, p less than 0.0001).
(11) As for fish attractiveness, motion, freshness, size, color and species were found as important parameters in the food-preference mechanism.
(12) Although the lens did not alter stereopsis, it did produce severe color discrimination losses for normal and dichromatic subjects.
(13) The respiratory functions of the oropharynx, larynx, and trachea of normal human fetuses in utero were explored by means of real-time, two-dimensional ultrasonography combined with color-flow and spectral Doppler analysis.
(14) A precise record of gingival color helps to follow-up oral and systemic diseases.
(15) Duplex and color Doppler sonography have become indispensable for evaluating the major vessels of the abdomen.
(16) The colors of mixtures of dental opaque porcelains and modifiers were measured with use of the CIE L*a*b* uniform color space.
(17) It appears, therefore, that the aggregation and dispersion of pigment within the melanophores is the primary mechanism responsible for the changes in color of this species.
(18) This section includes a description of the presentations on the pages, the use of color in the scans, and the use of certain advanced features of the ACTA-Scanner, the scanner used for the atlas.
(19) The use of the pellet binder "Lingnosol FG" in broiler diets at three levels plus a control group revealed differences in the consistency, quantity and color of the caecal contents between the treated and untreated groups.
(20) It was concluded that visualization of the intracranial venous system with color Doppler US is possible in the majority of healthy neonates.
(v. t.) To discolor by the application of foreign matter; to make foul; to spot; as, to stain the hand with dye; armor stained with blood.
(v. t.) To color, as wood, glass, paper, cloth, or the like, by processess affecting, chemically or otherwise, the material itself; to tinge with a color or colors combining with, or penetrating, the substance; to dye; as, to stain wood with acids, colored washes, paint rubbed in, etc.; to stain glass.
(v. t.) To spot with guilt or infamy; to bring reproach on; to blot; to soil; to tarnish.
(v. t.) To cause to seem inferior or soiled by comparison.
(v. i.) To give or receive a stain; to grow dim.
(n.) A discoloration by foreign matter; a spot; as, a stain on a garment or cloth.
(n.) A natural spot of a color different from the gound.
(n.) Taint of guilt; tarnish; disgrace; reproach.
(n.) Cause of reproach; shame.
(n.) A tincture; a tinge.
(1) The patterns observed were: clusters of granules related to the cell membrane; positive staining localized to portions of the cell membrane, and, less commonly, the whole cell circumference.
(2) Within the outflow tract wall, the labelled cells were enmeshed by strands of alcian blue-stained extracellular matrix.
(3) The nuclear origin of the Ha antigen was confirmed by the speckled nuclear immunofluorescence staining pattern given by purified antibody to Ha obtained from a specific immune precipitate.
(4) The content of the cavities was not stained by any of the immunocytochemical reactions applied.
(5) The dependence of fluorescence polarization of stained nerve fibres on the angle between the fibre axis and electrical vector of exciting light (azimuth characteristics) has been considered.
(6) Moreover, in DCVC-treated cells the mitochondria could not be stained with rhodamine-123, indicating severe mitochondrial damage and loss of membrane potential.
(7) Immunofluorescent staining for HLA-DR showed dermal positivity in 12 of 13 involved- and 9 of 13 uninvolved-skin biopsy specimens from scleroderma patients, compared with only 1 of 10 controls.
(8) From these results it was concluded that FITC-Con A staining method applied to smear specimens is more advantageous in the rapidity and the simplicity for tumor cell diagnosis than section specimen method.
(9) Further purification of ZAB by filtration through Sephadex G-100 gave a preparation (ZAB2) which contained the common antigen as shown by the cross-reactivity of anti-ZAB2 rat serum with seven stains of N. gonorrhoeae.
(10) It has been found that the epidermal staining pattern for ICAM-1 in each of these diseases in distinctive and different in each disease.
(11) After either 5 or 10 days of culture with both cytokines, intense immunofluorescent staining for Ia could be identified on the surface of greater than 80-90% of the viable islet cells.
(12) In the second comparison, HSV was isolated from 225 of 1,026 (21.9%) specimens and duplicate human foreskin fibroblast cell wells stained at 24 and 72 h were PAP positive in 241 of 1,026 (23.5%).
(13) The epithelium of Brunner's gland stained intensely with Ricinus communis agglutinin-I (RCA-I), succinylated-WGA (S-WGA) and wheat-germ agglutinin (WGA), moderately with Bandeirea simplicifolia agglutinin-I (BS-I), Concanavalia ensiformis agglutinin (Con A) peanut agglutinin (PNA) and Ulex europaeus agglutinin-I (UEA-I) and occasionally with Dolichos biflorus agglutinin (DBA), Lens culinaris agglutinin (LCA) and soybean agglutinin (SBA).
(14) Using serial section electron microscopic reconstructions as a reference, we have chosen as our standard procedure a method that maximizes both the preservation of the cytoskeleton and the proportion of cells staining, while minimizing the degree of nonspecific staining.
(15) One major band with a molecular weight of 12,000 was detected by autofluorography and coincided with the Coomassie staining band of apocytochrome c from S. cerevisiae.
(16) Pitlike surface structures seen in negatively stained whole cells and thin sections were correlated with periodically spaced perforations of the rigid sacculus.
(17) In the present study, 125 oesophageal biopsies obtained under direct vision at endoscopy from 22 patients with Barrett's oesophagus were systematically studied using fluorescence and peroxidase antiperoxidase single and double-staining immunocytochemical methods employing highly specific antibodies to localize the following peptide-containing cell types in Barrett's mucosa: gastrin, somatostatin, gastric inhibitory polypeptide, motilin, neurotensin and pancreatic glucagon.
(18) The rate of nuclei stained by Pr-122 is different from that of Pr-192 in both growing and quiescent cultures.
(19) This light microscopic comparison of viable FDA- and nonviable PI-stained cysts of G. muris demonstrates that 2 types of cysts can be distinguished and implies that structural differences can be used to identify these subpopulations of cysts.
(20) Benign and malignant epithelial and soft tissue tumors of the skin were usually negatively stained with MoAb HMSA-2.