FYOYLGENA REAKTION (R.J.W. Feulgen, is mute. the physiologist and the chemist, 1884 — 1955) — the way of identification of DNA in cells and fabrics based on its hydrolysis by hydrochloric acid with release of the aldehydic groups found on red coloring at interaction with fuksinsernisty acid (Schiff's reactant) — cm. Deoxyribonucleic acid.
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