Millons Test

Millons Test

Millon's test is given by any compound containing a phenolic hydroxy group. Consequently, any protein containing tyrosine will give a positive test of a pink to dark-red color. The Million reagent is a solution of mercuric and mercurous ions in nitric and nitrous acids (CAUTION: MILLON'S REAGENT IS HIGHLY TOXIC AND HIGHLY CORROSIVE). The red color is probably due to a mercury salt of nitrated tyrosine.

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Millon-Nasse test
Millon-Nasse test
A test for protein, the tyrosine of which reacts with nitrite after a brief treatment with mercuric ion in acid to give a color.
Amino acid Reaction with Million Tests
Amino acid Reaction with Million Tests
Tyrosine. Mellon’s Reagent-a solution that is usually made by dissolving mercury in concentrated nitric acid and diluting with water and that when heated with phenolic compounds gives a red coloration used as a test especially for tyrosine and proteins containing tyrosine.
Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory Test
A paper and pencil test, consisting of 20 clinical scales derived from 175 self-descriptive statements, and developed in 1977 for use in the assessment of psychopathology and the more enduring patterns of personality; specifically designed to correspond with some of the disorders of personality included in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders used in diagnosis by mental health professionals.
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