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  • noun Plural form of chromogen.

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Examples

  • For a greedy man the situation was frankly intolerable, for when he continued his ordinary diet (this was before the cursed advent of the Christian Science cook) she kept pointing to his well-furnished plate, and told him that every atom of that beef or mutton and potatoes, turned from the moment he swallowed it into chromogens and toxins, and that his apparent appetite was merely the result of fermentation.

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  • But now, since, according to the new creed, such things as uric acid, chromogens and purins had no existence, she could safely indulge in decent viands again.

    Queen Lucia

  • The second isolation stage involves chromogens in the company's Brilliance Salmonella product to identify and to differentiate Salmonella species as purple colonies.

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  • The second isolation stage involves chromogens in the company's Brilliance Salmonella product to identify and to differentiate Salmonella species as purple colonies.

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