Abstract

An account is given of the periodic acid-Schiff reaction in the cytoplasm of various normal cells of blood and connective tissue of man, rhesus monkey and rabbit. Saliva treated control sections were used to distinguish glycogen from other reactive substances. The effects of malt diastase were compared briefly with those of saliva. The results of the present study may be summarized as follows (table 1):

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