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Brilliant green

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Clinical Pharmacology

Brilliant green solution has an antiseptic effect. It is a highly active and fast-acting antiseptic. Active against gram-positive bacteria. In the aquatic environment, it has a detrimental effect on the culture of Staphylococcus aureus.(Staphylococcus aureus) at a concentration of 1: 10,000,000, its phenol ratio is equal to 40,000 (phenol ratio is the ratio of the concentrations of phenol and the test antiseptic in which substances have the same antimicrobial effect, the phenol ratio is one of the common criteria for evaluating the activity of antiseptics). High sensitivity to brilliant green detects diphtheria stick(Corynebacterium diphtheriae).In the presence of organic substances, the antimicrobial activity decreases: when assessing the activity of this dye in a medium containing 10% serum, the phenol coefficient is 120 (0.3% of the value in an aqueous medium).


Fresh postoperative and post-traumatic scars, meybomit (barley), blepharitis, pyoderma, abrasions, cuts, skin integrity problems, erysipelas, folliculitis.


1 ml of alcohol solution contains bis- (p-diethylamino) triphenyl-anhydrocarbinol oxalate 10 mg

Brilliant green is marketed under different brands and generic names, and comes in different dosage forms:

Brand nameManufacturerCountryDosage form
Brilliant green alcohol solution 1% Lekker Ltd Russia solution
Brilliant green alcohol solution 1% PFK Obnovlenie Russia vials
Brilliant green PFK Obnovlenie Russia vials
Brilliant green alcohol solution 1% St. Petersburg pharmaceutical plant Russia solution
Brilliant green Ivanovo pharmaceutical factory Russia vials
Brilliant green alcohol solution 1% PFK Obnovlenie Russia bottle
Brilliant green alcohol solution 1% Samara pharmaceutical factory Russia solution

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Brilliant green

Dosage and Administration

Topically, applied to the damaged surface, capturing the surrounding healthy tissue.

Adverse reactions

After contact with the mucous membrane of the eye - burning, tearing.



Drug interactions

Incompatible with disinfectant drugs containing active iodine, chlorine, alkali (including ammonia solution).

Pregnancy and Lactation


  • Brand name: Brilliant green alcohol solution 1%
  • Active ingredient: Brilliant green
  • Dosage form: Solution for external use alcohol transparent, intensely green, with the smell of alcohol
  • Manufacturer: Lekker Ltd.
  • Country of Origin: Russia

Studies and clinical trials of Brilliant green (Click to expand)

  1. Removal of Brilliant Green Dye from Aqueous Solutions Using Home Made Activated Carbons
  2. Interaction of brilliant cresyl blue and methylene green with DNA studied by spectrophotometric and voltammetric methods
  3. Spectrophotometric determination of traces of iodide by liquid—liquid extraction of Brilliant Green—iodide ion pair
  4. Flow-injection determination of traces of formaldehyde by the Brilliant Green—sulphite reaction with spectrophotometric detection
  5. Spectrophotometric determination of antimony after extraction of Brilliant Green hexachloroantimonate(V) with microcrystalline 1,4-dichlorobenzene
  6. Studies on Brilliant Green and Solochrome Red B: I. The acid-base properties
  7. The use of redox reactions in the analysis of dyes and dye industry intermediates: III. An indirect determination of brilliant green with ceric sulfate
  8. Study of the system Os(IV)-chloride-brilliant green: Extraction-spectrophotometric determination of osmium
  9. The hydrolysis of brilliant green and some derivatives.: Part 3: The kinetics of the hydrolysis of some 2-substituted derivatives of brilliant green
  10. Process Studies on Laser Welding of Copper with Brilliant Green and Infrared Lasers
  11. Multiresidue method for the triphenylmethane dyes in fish: Malachite green, crystal (gentian) violet, and brilliant green
  12. Adsorption characteristics of the hazardous dye Brilliant Green on Saklıkent mud
  13. Photocatalyzed N-de-ethylation and degradation of Brilliant Green in TiO2 dispersions under UV irradiation
  14. Studies on the adsorption of Brilliant Green dye from aqueous solution onto low-cost NaOH treated saw dust
  15. Use of bagasse fly ash as an adsorbent for the removal of brilliant green dye from aqueous solution
  16. Applicability of waste materials—bottom ash and deoiled soya—as adsorbents for the removal and recovery of a hazardous dye, brilliant green
  17. Decoloration of aqueous Brilliant Green by using glow discharge electrolysis
  18. Adsorption characteristics of brilliant green dye on kaolin
  19. Sorption of Cr(VI) by Amberlite XAD-7 resin impregnated with brilliant green and its determination by quercetin as a selective spectrophotometric reagent
  20. Chemical and structural evaluation of activated carbon prepared from jute sticks for Brilliant Green dye removal from aqueous solution
  21. Studies on the treatment of brilliant green solution by combination microwave induced oxidation with CoFe2O4
  22. Flow-injection extraction-spectrophotometric determination of perchlorate with brilliant green
  23. Separation of rhenium by extraction with crown ethers and flow-injection extraction—spectrophotometric determination with Brilliant Green
  24. Dye-assisted chromatographic determination of aliphatic ketones and esters with brilliant green

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