Medical Definition of Schmidt-Thannhauser method

1. A method for fractionation of nucleic acid, based upon the fact that RNA but not DNA is hydrolyzed to nucleotides by alkali; RNA can be hydrolyzed in about 2 hours in 0.75 n NaOH, but 18 hours and 0.3 n NaOH usually are used. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Schmidt-Thannhauser Method

Schleswigers
Schliemann
Schlieren system
Schlumbergera
Schlumbergera baridgesii
Schlumbergera buckleyi
Schlumbergera gaertneri
Schlumbergera truncatus
Schmid-Fraccaro syndrome
Schmidel's anastomoses
Schmidt
Schmidt's syndrome
Schmidt-Lanterman clefts
Schmidt-Lanterman incisures
Schmidt-Thannhauser method (current term)
Schmidt camera
Schmidt diet
Schmidt telescope
Schmidtian
Schmorl's bacillus
Schmorl's ferric-ferricyanide reduction stain
Schmorl's jaundice
Schmorl's nodule
Schmorl's picrothionin stain
Schnabel
Schneider's first rank symptoms
Schneiderian
Schneidersitz
Schnoodle

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