Books about Feulgen:

booksThe Nuclear Apparatus as Shown by Feulgen's "Nuclealfarbung" Reaction by Mildred M. Moore (1941)

booksVitamin P: flavonols as vitamins. [With:] with: SCHLESINGER, Max (1906-1937). The Feulgen reaction of the bacteriophage... by Stephen & Albert SZENT-GYÖRGYI (1893-1987). RUSZNYÁK (1936)

booksStudies on a quantitative Feulgen strain by Francis Joseph MacEntee (1958)


Wiki information Feulgen:

Feulgen stain

Feulgen stain is a staining technique discovered by Robert Feulgen and used in histology to identify chromosomal material or DNA in cell specimens. It depends on acid hydrolysis of DNA, therefore fixating agents using strong acids should be...

Robert Feulgen
Chemist, Person, Deceased Person

Robert Feulgen was a German physician and chemist who, in 1914, developed a method for staining DNA and who also discovered plant and animal nuclear DNA congeniality.