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Janus green B (2869-83-2)  
Janus Green B is a basic dye and vital stain used in histology. It is also used to stain mitochondria supravitally, as was introduced by Leonor Michaelis in 1900. The indicator Janus Green B changes colour according to the amount of oxygen present.

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Benzenethiol (108-98-5)  
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3,4-Dichlorothiophenol (5858-17-3)  
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