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Improved methods for rearing and screening large numbers of flies permitted the recovery of 10 mutations exhibiting a reversible temperature-dependent adult paralysis among 1.1×106 flies tested. Of… (More)
Paramagnetic cations quench the phosphorescence of DNA at concentrations well below one ion per DNA phosphate. The order of quenching efficiency is copper, nickel, cobalt, and manganese.
Small amounts of paramagnetic cations quench the phosphorescence of DNA. Although the emission intensity is monotonic with increasing thymine content, the quenching efficiency is not. The cations… (More)