Histochemistry of the Gram-staining Reaction for Micro-organisms View Full Text


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1943-06

AUTHORS

H. HENRY, M. STACEY

ABSTRACT

IN 1884 a Dane, Christian Gram, while working in Berlin, discovered a method of staining micro-organisms which has gone under his name ever since that date1. Although the method is in daily use by bacteriologists of various nationalities all over the world, and has by reason of its importance in ordinary routine diagnosis been the subject of extensive research, it may be fairly said that it has never been adequately explained. More... »

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671-671

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/151671a0

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