PMID: 4107917Oct 30, 1971Paper

A rapid banding technique for human chromosomes

Lancet
M Seabright

Abstract

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Jul 1, 1990·American Journal of Medical Genetics·J L ZackowskiS Schwartz
Jan 1, 1991·Genes, Chromosomes & Cancer·D OscierR Lambert
Jan 1, 1996·Clinical & Experimental Metastasis·M YashiroM Sowa
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Apr 17, 1979·Human Genetics·S BrankovićS Morić-Petrović
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Aug 29, 1975·Humangenetik·Y KanekoS Kuwajima
Jan 1, 1981·Human Genetics·M TzanchevaZ Damjanova
Dec 23, 1975·Humangenetik·A SchinzelW Schmid
Sep 2, 1979·Human Genetics·L A KnightB L Gallie
Sep 2, 1979·Human Genetics·P HussleinP Wagenbichler
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Jan 22, 1974·Humangenetik·J P FrynsH van den Berghe
Jan 1, 1979·Human Genetics·F ShabtaiE Elian
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