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Nucleic Acid Stains

Nucleic Acid Stains

The first synthetic dye, aniline purple, was developed in 1856 by English chemist William Perkin. Though other synthetic chemists soon replicated the feat, it was at least another twenty years before using dyes and stains became common use in most scientific laboratories.

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