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Chemistry and cytochemistry of nucleic acids and nuclear proteins

C. Scholtissek

Chemistry and cytochemistry of nucleic acids and nuclear proteins

by C. Scholtissek

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Published by Springer in Wien .
Written in English


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StatementC. Scholtissek ... [et al.].
SeriesProtoplasmatologia : Handbuch der Protoplasmaforschung. Band 5 -- 3a, Protoplasmatologia -- 3a.
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Open LibraryOL20495622M

6. Biological Importance of Nucleic Acids: a. Nucleic acids are able to reproduce their kind or to store or express and transmit genetic information. b. They undergo mutation. c. In cell division, the nucleic acid chain is duplicated preserving in each daughter cell the information contained in the par­ent cell.   The book describes the occurrence and biological functions of nucleic acids, their chemical constituents, and catabolism. This text is organized into 14 chapters and begins with a historical overview, from the discovery of the nucleic acids to their isolation and Edition: 1.

Nucleic acids, which are composed of nucleotides, are very large and complex organic molecules that contain the genetic code for that closely related types are needed to transmit the genetic information from parent to offspring: DNA and RNA. Not surprisingly, they . Although nucleic acid chemistry appears to be a mature part of organic and bioorganic chemistry, the many questions that are still being raised by research in biology and chemical biology give sufficient motivation to continue to synthesize new nucleic acid probes and thereby further develop nucleic acid chemistry. Moreover, in addition to Cited by: 5.

  Received Novem ; Revised and Accepted Janu INTRODUCTION. Cytochemistry and histochemistry, the identification of the chemical nature and location of substances within cells and tissues, began to emerge about years ago and came of age in the first half of the 20th by: Studies of the physical properties of nucleic acids began almost immediately following the discovery of the DNA structure. Early investigations focused on the stability and specificity of multi-strand polynucleotide complexes, then gradually on their interaction with other molecules, particularly by: 4.


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