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The relationship of the "sphere chromatophile" to the fate of displaced histones following histone transition in rat spermiogenesis

The Journal of Cell Biology

Nov 1, 1966

J C Vaughn

PMID: 19866700

Abstract

Cytochemical, radioautographic, and microspectrophotometric studies bearing on the relationship of histone transition to the origin and development of the protein and RNA components of the "sphère chromatophile" in the developing spermatogenic cells of the albino rat are presented. Thes...read more

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Histone antigen
Grains
Cell Nucleus
Lysine
Cytoplasmic
Arginine
Spermiogenesis
Urine Lysine Measurement
Protamines
Cytoplasm
Paper Details
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The relationship of the "sphere chromatophile" to the fate of displaced histones following histone transition in rat spermiogenesis

The Journal of Cell Biology

Nov 1, 1966

J C Vaughn

PMID: 19866700

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Abstract

Cytochemical, radioautographic, and microspectrophotometric studies bearing on the relationship of histone transition to the origin and development of the protein and RNA components of the "sphère chromatophile" in the developing spermatogenic cells of the albino rat are presented. Thes...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Histone antigen
Grains
Cell Nucleus
Lysine
Cytoplasmic
Arginine
Spermiogenesis
Urine Lysine Measurement
Protamines
Cytoplasm

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