Performic acid reaction

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performic acid reaction

oxidative destruction of the ethylene double bond (-HC==CH-) which is converted to a Schiff-reactive double aldehyde; used to indicate the presence of unsaturated lipids, such as phospholipids and cerebrosides, as well as cystine-rich substances, such as keratin, in tissue sections.

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