Analysis of human metaphase chromosome set by aid of DNA-binding fluorescent agents
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Routine cytogenetic prenatal diagnosis using dynamic banding (RBG-GBG): a highly reproducible method for amniocytes, fetal cord blood, and chorionic villus investigations
The identification of the chromosomes of the F group by quantitative methods, with an appendix on the relative DNA measurements of human chromosomes
Identification of G group anomalies in Down's syndrome by quinacrine dihydrochloride fluorescence staining
Spatial relations of human chromosomes identified by quinacrine fluorescence at metaphase. II. Analyses of variance of intercentromeric distances
Advantages of silver staining in seven rearrangements of acrocentric chromosomes, excluding Robertsonian translocations
Prominent acrocentric chromosome satellites in child patients with mental retardation or psychiatric disorders; no IQ-satellite size correlation
Characterization of an established human, malignant, glioblastoma cell line (GBM) and its response to conventional drugs
What history tells us XII. Boris Ephrussi's continuing efforts to create a "genetics of differentiation"
Philadelphia chromosome positive myelodysplastic syndrome and acute myeloid leukemia-retrospective study and review of literature
Graft-versus-host disease after intrauterine and exchange transfusions for hemolytic disease of the newborn
Identification of the mouse karyotype by quinacrine fluorescence, and tentative assignment of seven linkage groups
Genetic analysis of the cell surface: association of human chromosome 5 with sensitivity to diphtheria toxin in mouse-human somatic cell hybrids
Reconstitution after transplantation with T-lymphocyte-depleted HLA haplotype-mismatched bone marrow for severe combined immunodeficiency
The significance of Ph1 mosaicism: a report of six cases of chronic granulocytic leukaemia and two cases of acute myeloid leukaemia
Partial deletion of long arm of chromosome 11[del(11)(q23)]: Jacobsen syndrome. Two new cases and review of the clinical findings
Mosaicism with translocation: autoradiographic and fluorescent studies of an inherited reciprocal translocation t(2q+;14q-)
Ring F chromosome mosaicism (46,XY,20r-46,XY) in an epileptic child without apparent haematological disease
Preferential retention of the human chromosome C-7 in human-(thymidine kinase deficient) mouse hybrid cells
Correction of infantile agranulocytosis (Kostmann's syndrome) by allogeneic bone marrow transplantation
Identification of the Philadelphia chromosome as a number 22 by quinacrine mustard fluorescence analysis
Localization of the human alpha-globin structural gene to chromosome 16 in somatic cell hybrids by molecular hybridization assay
The syndrome of anosmia with hypogonadotropic hypogonadism: a genetic study of 18 new families and a review
Long-term survival after bone marrow transplantation: a 15-year follow-up report of a patient with Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome
Tumorigenesis of Epstein-Barr virus-positive epithelial cell lines derived from gastric tissues in the SCID mouse
Autoradiographic and fluorescent staining studies of bone marrow chromosomes from a patient with acute granulocytic leukemia
Evidence for linkage between human loci for 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase and phosphoglucomutase in man-Chinese hamster somatic cell hybrids
Distinguishing between the chromosomes involved in Down's syndrome (trisomy 21) and cronic myeloid leukaemia (Ph1) by fluorescence
Clearly differentiated and stable chromosome bands produced by a spermine bis-acridine, a bifunctional intercalating analogue of quinacrine
Cytogenetic studies of a male with sporadic intestinal lymphangiectasia: 45,X/46,XY mosaicism with pseudo- and hyperdiploid subpopulations in cultured tissues
Chromosome banding analogies between a prosimian (Microcebus murinus), a platyrrhine (Cebus capucinus), and man
Spatial relations of human chromosomes identified by quinacrine fluorescence at metaphase. I. Mean interchromosomal distances and distances from the cell center
Fluorescent microscopy detection of human Y-chromosome in interphase nuclei using acridine derivatives ("atebrin", "acranil")
Human karyotype polymorphism. I. Routine and fluorescence microscopic investigation of chromosomes in a normal adult population
The nature of structural X chromosome aberrations in Turner's syndrome as revealed by quinacrine mustard fluorescence analysis
Identification of different Robertsonian translocations in man by quinacrine mustard fluorescence analysis
Diagnostic applications of H-Y serology: H-Y negative phenotype in cells from 45,X/46,XY fetus with testes
Fluorography of human chromosomes. A photoelectric procedure for the differentiation of somatic metaphase chromosomes through their fluorescence pattern
Critical evaluation of the evidence of a chromosome expertise in 24 cases of disputed paternity (author's transl)
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