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Abstract

SUMMARY: A method for obtaining a composite picture of the organisms from electron micrographs of serial sections is described. Evidence is presented that the same general structures are revealed, as far as the nuclear sites are concerned, by selective staining for deoxyribonucleic acid and by electron microscopy of sections.

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2022-01-22
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