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Krapp als chemisches und biochemisches Reagens

, : Krapp als chemisches und biochemisches Reagens. Arch Exp Pathol U Pharm Akol 151(3/4): 172-174

CaCO3 (bone, etc.) combines with the dye of madder (Rubia tinctoria), giving a red color, while ammonium magnesium phosphate is dyed violet. Muscle fibers, spleen and nervous tissue are colored from red to violet or purple.


DOI: 10.1007/bf01862461

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