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Accession:CHEBI:88009 term browser browse the term
Definition:An organic cation that is 5-phenylphenothiazin-5-ium substituted by amino groups at positions 3 and 7 as well as a nitro group at position 4. The chloride salt is the histological dye 'safranin O'.
Synonyms:related_synonym: Formula=C18H15N4;   InChI=1S/C18H14N4/c19-12-6-8-15-17(10-12)22(14-4-2-1-3-5-14)18-11-13(20)7-9-16(18)21-15/h1-11H,(H3,19,20)/p+1;   InChIKey=GCJIBOGVEKFXNS-UHFFFAOYSA-O;   SMILES=[N+]1(=C2C(=NC3=C1C=C(C=C3)N)C=CC(=C2)N)C4=CC=CC=C4
 xref: Wikipedia:Safranin

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  CHEBI ontology 19790
    role 19738
      application 19385
        dye 1286
          histological dye 149
            3,7-diamino-5-phenylphenazin-5-ium 0
              safranin O 0
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  CHEBI ontology 19790
    subatomic particle 19788
      composite particle 19788
        hadron 19788
          baryon 19788
            nucleon 19788
              atomic nucleus 19788
                atom 19788
                  main group element atom 19674
                    p-block element atom 19674
                      carbon group element atom 19572
                        carbon atom 19561
                          organic molecular entity 19561
                            organic molecule 19483
                              organic cyclic compound 19246
                                organic heterocyclic compound 18366
                                  organic heteropolycyclic compound 17709
                                    organic heterotricyclic compound 14587
                                      phenazines 33
                                        3,7-diamino-5-phenylphenazin-5-ium 0
                                          safranin O 0
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