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- Hexamethylpararosanilin Chloride
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*Hexamethylpararosanilin Chloride
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*Medicinally has been used to treat burns, wounds and fungal infections&nbsp;<ref>Unknown. (2005). Crystal Violet. Available: http://www.biology-online.org/dictionary/Crystal_violet. Last accessed 17th Oct 2014.</ref>
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*Crystal Violet is a triphenylmenthane dye
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*It is often referred to as the&nbsp;medicinal preparation gentian violet
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*Crystal violet has not been approved to be used in aquaculture and that is because it is also [[mutagenic|mutagenic]]&nbsp;<ref>Wendy C. Andersen, Sherri B. Turnipseed, Christine M. Karbiwnyk, Rebecca H Lee, Susan B.Clark, W. Douglas Rowe, Mark R. Madson, Keith E.Miller. (2007). Analyses of Crystal Violet &amp; Brilliant Green. Laboratory Information Bulletin. 23 (LIB 4395), N/A.</ref>
  
- Medicinally has been used to treat burns, wounds and fungal infections<br>
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Unknown. (2005). Crystal Violet. Available: http://www.biology-online.org/dictionary/Crystal_violet. Last accessed 17th Oct 2014.
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- Crystal Violet is a triphenylmenthane dye
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- It is often referred to as the&nbsp;medicinal preparation gentian violet
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- Crystal violet has not been approved to be used in aquqaculture and that is because it is also mutagenic
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Wendy C. Andersen, Sherri B. Turnipseed, Christine M. Karbiwnyk, Rebecca H Lee, Susan B.Clark, W. Douglas Rowe, Mark R. Madson, Keith E.Miller. (2007). Analyses of Crystal Violet &amp; Brilliant Green. Laboratory Information Bulletin. 23 (LIB 4395), N/A.<br>
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Crystal Violet - Some Simple Facts

References

  1. Unknown. (2005). Crystal Violet. Available: http://www.biology-online.org/dictionary/Crystal_violet. Last accessed 17th Oct 2014.
  2. Wendy C. Andersen, Sherri B. Turnipseed, Christine M. Karbiwnyk, Rebecca H Lee, Susan B.Clark, W. Douglas Rowe, Mark R. Madson, Keith E.Miller. (2007). Analyses of Crystal Violet & Brilliant Green. Laboratory Information Bulletin. 23 (LIB 4395), N/A.


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