Analysis of colour intensity and colour pattern in redprot® stained biological particles
A simple method to quantify proteins and protein moiety
The interaction of proteins with the redprot® dye can be easily followed by spectral analysis in a photometer (see >>Properties) at a wave length near 600 nm.

Comparing the detection range and sensitivity of redprot® with the standard protein colour stain Coomassie Brilliant Blue.
A minor senitivity of redprot® is compensated by a huge range of linear dye-protein interaction
All kinds of microscopic investigations are supported
Besides classic light microscope

the staining of biological material with redprot® can be inspected for its fluorescence
aeromedi Note that natural fluorescence is quenshed by redprot® staining (FITC-reading 490nm / 520 nm)
In electron microscopy the metal ion complexed with the staining dye to the proteins gives clear contrast and tracing
aeromedi Olive pollen stained with redprot®
aeromedi Section of olive pollen wall with oil droplet
PC-Program for the Identification and Classification of stained biological Particles in Microscopic Images - PCS
Function of the “Pollen Classification Systems”:

The program operates in three steps:
1) The digital images of microscopical maginficated aroprot-stained biological particles (microorganisms) are transformed to a fix format of 1028 x 1024 pixel and the colours are converted into inverse grey values.

2) A routine called “Segmentierer” scans these processed pictures for regions, that correspond in size and colour intensity to the particles that are searched. Numerous parameters of the selected image segments are analysed and classified according to defined criteria. This way it is possible to identify particles for example as distinct kinds of pollen.

3) The intensity of the staining allows to additionally evaluate the physiological state of these pollen. The different Analyse-Modi include the various settings of the “Segmentierer” and the criteria which have been chosen according to the size and the staining pattern of the particles, the required magnification and the quality of the images used.
Details see >> Image Analysis aeromedi
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