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Studies on the nu-cleoproteins of micro-organisms. III. On the colloidal con-stituents dissolved from yeast into the suspension fluid



Studies on the nu-cleoproteins of micro-organisms. III. On the colloidal con-stituents dissolved from yeast into the suspension fluid



Ann Inst Pasteur [paris] 71(9/10): 327-330



Extraction of bakers' yeast with 0.02% bicarbonate, which does not kill the yeast, gives a soln. of a polysaccharide, serologi-cally identifiable with yeast haptene. No nucleic acid is extracted.

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