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CHLOROACYL ESTERS AS HISTOCHEMICAL SUBSTRATES

G. Gomori
Published 1953 · Chemistry, Medicine

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α-Chloroacyl esters of α-naphthol and of naphthol AS are hydrolyzed by mast cells and myeloid elements at a much faster rate than the corresponding regular acyl esters. The enzyme responsible for their hydrolysis is not a cholinesterase.
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