Hoechst or Höchst may refer to:

  • Hoechst AG, a former German life-sciences company.
  • Hoechst stain, one of a family of fluorescent DNA-binding compounds.
  • chst (Frankfurt am Main), a city district of Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
  • Höchst im Odenwald, a community in Hesse, Germany.
  • Höchst, Austria, a municipality in Voralberg, Austria.

Other articles related to "hoechst":

TR Oil Services - History
... In 1983, German chemical giant Hoechst AG acquired a 50% share of the company ... In 1993, Hoechst acquires the remaining shares and TROS became a 100% Hoechst subsidiary ... Following the divestment of the Hoechst speciality chemicals business, TROS became a Clariant subsidiary in 1997, and was subsequently renamed Clariant Oil Services ...
Hoechst Stain
... Hoechst stains are part of a family of blue fluorescent dyes used to stain DNA ... These Bis-benzimides were originally developed by the Hoechst AG, which numbered all their compounds so that the dye Hoechst 33342 is the 33342nd compound made by the company ... There are three related Hoechst stains Hoechst 33258, Hoechst 33342, and Hoechst 34580 ...
Hoechst Stain - Molecular Characteristics
... Hoechst stains can be excited with a xenon- or mercury-arc lamp or with an ultraviolet laser ... excitation and emission spectra that makes Hoechst dyes useful in experiments in which multiple fluorophores are used ... The fluorescence intensity of Hoechst dyes also increases with the pH of the solvent ...
Marion Merrell Dow - History - Hoechst Marion Roussel
... In 1995 Hoechst AG of Germany announced plans to buy Dow's increased 71 percent share for $25.75 a share or $7.1 Billion—a profit of between $4 ... Hoechst also bought the other outstanding shares ... Hoechst's new pharmaceutical company became Hoechst Marion Roussel and kept its North American headquarters in Kansas City ...