Definition of Nuclein. Meaning of Nuclein. Synonyms of Nuclein

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Definition of Nuclein

Nuclein
Nuclein Nu"cle*in, n. (Physiol. Chem.) A constituent of the nuclei of all cells. It is a colorless amorphous substance, readily soluble in alkaline fluids and especially characterized by its comparatively large content of phosphorus. It also contains nitrogen and sulphur.

Meaning of Nuclein from wikipedia

- determine the frames and parts and most chemical processes of all life forms. Nuclein were discovered by Friedrich Miescher in 1869. In the early 1880s Albrecht...
- "Ueber Nucleïn der Hefe" [On nuclein in yeast]. Zeitschrift für physiologische Chemie (in German). 3: 284–91. Kossel A (1880). "Ueber Nucleïn der Hefe...
- acid. Miescher isolated various phosphate-rich chemicals, which he called nuclein (now nucleic acids), from the nuclei of white blood cells in 1869 in Felix...
- discovered in 1900 by Alberto Ascoli, it was isolated by hydrolysis of yeast nuclein; it was also found in bovine thymus and spleen, herring sperm, and wheat...
- convinced that germicidal properties of serum was thanks to nuclein. He extracted nuclein from the blood of dogs and rabbits and tested it on animals...
- were discovered in 1868 by Friedrich Miescher, who called the material 'nuclein' since it was found in the nucleus. It was later discovered that prokaryotic...
- acid" in 1889, replacing Friedrich Miescher's term "nuclein" when it was demonstrated that nuclein was acidic. Über Nucleinsäuren. Archiv für Anatomie...
- nucleic substance from the nuclei of white blood cells he later callednuclein”, paving the way for the discovery of DNA. Following Mieschers work, was...
- proteins). From this, he recovered an acidic substance which he called "nuclein". 1880–1890: Walther Flemming, Eduard Strasburger, and Edouard Van Beneden...
- this rule, cell divides along its long axis. In 1885 Hertwig wrote that nuclein (later called nucleic acid) is the substance responsible not only for fertilization...
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