In the Griess reaction, first reported by Johann Peter Griess in as a method of analysis of nitrite (NO(2)(-)), nitrite reacts under acidic. The Griess reagent can be prepared in-house by purchasing and Original publication reporting use of Griess reaction, Griess Keywords: Griess Reaction, nitric oxide, NO, nitric oxide synthase, NOS, nitrite, nitrate, Griess Reaction was first described in [20,21].
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The nitrite reaction of Griess 1 has been used fairly extensively for testing of the purity of water supplies. The test is based on the demonstration of nitrite produced in contaminated water through the reduction by bacteria of nitrate naturally present in the water.
In the field of microbiology, the nitrite reaction grieas an accepted procedure for the study of nitrite-forming bacteria grown on culture mediums to which nitrate has been added.
GRIESS’ NITRITE TEST IN DIAGNOSIS OF URINARY INFECTION
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