Dische reagent

Dische re·a·gent

(dish'ĕ),
diphenylamine in acid; also, a mixture of aniline, diphenylamine, and phosphoric acid in acetone or ethanol.
See also: Dische reaction.
[Zacharias Dische]

Dische,

Zacharias, Austrian-U.S. biochemist, 1895–.
Dische reaction - the assay of DNA by means of the blue color formed with diphenylamine in acid (Dische reagent).
Dische reagent - acid used in assay of DNA.
Dische-Schwarz reagent - reagent used in the colorimetric detection of RNA.