La spécificité de la réaction de Feulgen pour la détection de l'acide thymonucléique

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A number of experiments all led to the conclusion that the Feulgen reaction is a valuable test for thein situ localization of thymonucleic acid: there is thus no serious reason to doubt that this acid is a constituent of chromatin and chromosomes.

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Brachet, J. La spécificité de la réaction de Feulgen pour la détection de l'acide thymonucléique. Experientia 2, 142–143 (1946). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02163923

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