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Recent investigation emphasizes the relation between the basophilic character of cytoplasm and its ribose nucleic acid content. Evidence for such a correlation was provided many years ago. In 1913 Van Herwerden treated a number of different cells with a nuclease prepared from spleen and found that as a result of nuclease activity the basophilic properties of certain cytoplasmic granules disappeared (89). The effect of nuclease was interpreted as demonstrating the presence of nucleic acid in the basophilic granules.
The nucleolus, in turn, appeara to be connected in some way with OHHUMOSOMES AND NUCLEOPROTEINS 29 the quantity of ribose nucleic acid in the cytoplasm, and it should be remembered that the nucleolus itself contains ribose nucleic acid. It seem probable that heterochromatin, though lacking in genes, is not inert but serves as a regulator of nucleic acid metabolism both in the nucleus and cytoplasm. Heterochromatin, according to this view, is inert only in the sense that it is nonspecific in its activity.
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