CI 45410

According to en.wikipedia.org,
“It is a water-soluble red dye used for coloring drugs and cosmetics in the United States[2] and coloring food in Japan. It is derived from fluorescein, but differs by the presence of four bromine atoms at positions 2, 4, 5 and 7 of the xanthene ring and four chlorine atoms in the carboxyphenyl ring. It has an absorption maximum around 540 nm and an emission maximum around 564 nm. Apart from industrial use, phloxine B has functions as an antimicrobial substance, viability dye and biological stain. For example, it is used in hematoxylin-phloxine-saffron (HPS) staining to color the cytoplasm and connective tissue in shades of red.
It is also known as; Cyanosin; Cyanosine; Eosine bluish; Eosine Blue; Cyanosin B; Eosin Blue; Phloxine P; Phloxin B; Eosine I Bluish; Acid red 92; C.I. 45410; D & C Red no. 28″

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phloxine

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