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A Histochemical Method For Localizing Cholinesterase Activity.*

G. Koelle, J. A. Friedenwald
Published 1949 · Chemistry, Medicine

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Summary A histochemical method is presented for localizing ChE activity by incubating tissue sections in a medium containing acetylthiocholine, copper glycinate and copper thiocholine. Results obtained with several tissues containing specific ChE are described and illustrated.



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