Schmidt-Thannhauser method

Schmidt-Thann·hau·ser meth·od

(shmit tahn'how-zĕr),
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.
[Gerhard Schmidt, S. J. Thannhauser]

Schmidt,

Gerhard, U.S. biochemist, 1900–.
Schmidt-Thannhauser method - a method for fractionation of nucleic acid.
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