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Influence of Polyvalent Ions on Histones isolated from Different Tissues

Naturevolume 191pages284285 (1961) | Download Citation

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WHEN dealing with fractionation of histones, we observed that the Chromatographic pattern became markedly different depending on the cellular origin of the preparation. We also found that these differences reflected the polysaccharide content of the tissue.

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  1. Zoophysiological Institute, University of Lund

    • I. P. S. AGRELL
    •  & E. G. CHRISTENSSON

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