Proflavin Acrilin Ointment
Proflavine hemi sulfate is the hemi sulfate salt of proflavine, which is an acridine-based fluorescence contrast agent and disinfectant. Hemi sulfate may be used to examine cells and eliminate pathogens. When proflavine hemi sulfate is applied to the skin, it enters cells and binds to DNA. It then accumulates in the nucleus and colors it. Fluorescence imaging may reveal cell nuclei. This technique may be used to detect cancer cells. Proflavine is renowned for its capacity to inhibit the development of germs by attaching to their DNA, in addition to killing bacteria.
Proflavine Acrilin Ointment Features:
- Proflavine Hemi sulfate is the hemi sulfate salt form of proflavine, a fluorescence contrast and disinfection agent generated from acridine that has the potential to be employed for cellular imaging and antiseptic applications.
- Proflavine Hemi sulfate diffuses into cells and intercalates into DNA, accumulating in and coloring the nucleus after topical administration.
- The cell nuclei may be seen during fluorescence imaging.
- This enables nuclear morphometry and cancer cell detection.
- Proflavine also has an antimicrobial impact by attaching to bacterial DNA, interrupting DNA synthesis and preventing bacterial cell development.