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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
The ninhydrin and alloxan reactions have been criticized as being nonspecific and unreliable for histochemical studies due to the diffusion, solubility, and fading of their reaction products. This paper presents some modifications of the techniques that appear to render the reactions more reliable for the identification of proteins and peptides possessing terminal α-amino acids. The resulting color complexes are also stable.
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