Analytical Cytology: Methods for Studying Cellular Form and Function

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formation of great value for problems of cellular organization and, perhaps, for problems of the spacial disposition of protein as well as of nucleic acid components in the cell nucleus and cytoplasm.Fluorescence microphotometry (99) in the longwave ultraviolet range offers many opportunities. This technique is discussed elsewhere in this volume.The problems of cellular chemistry have scarcely been formulated, let alone solved. Broad virgin fields stretch ahead, and microabsorption techniques will most certainly plow rich acres in the years to come.
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