Hyaluronidase as an effective agent for separating chromosomes
Experimental Cell Research
Hyaluronidase is an effective agent for separating chromosomes without disruption of the cytoplasmic membrane or loss of cytoplasmic constituents. The action of hyaluronidase is inhibited to some extent by increased amounts of RNA. Variation in chromosome number has been noted in normal as well as neoplastic tissue. © 1961.
Marshall, G. J.; Wood, E. M.; and Bierman, H. R., "Hyaluronidase as an effective agent for separating chromosomes" (1961). LLU Faculty Publications. 55.