PMID: 4100531Mar 19, 1971

Distinguishing between the chromosomes involved in Down's syndrome (trisomy 21) and cronic myeloid leukaemia (Ph1) by fluorescence

M L O'RiordanH J Evans


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Jan 1, 1972·Genetica·B ChiarelliD A Shafer
Aug 30, 1976·Human Genetics·M FaedJ Grieve
Jan 1, 1971·Chromosoma·J A Robinson, K E Buckton
Jan 1, 1972·Humangenetik·C B HaliciogluB Say
Oct 12, 1976·Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta·P J Fialkow
Jun 12, 1971·Lancet·J P Fox, C E Hall
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Nov 1, 1972·Cell and Tissue Kinetics·P Dustin
Oct 1, 1971·Annals of Human Genetics·K E BucktonR Sanger
Nov 1, 1972·Annals of Human Genetics·E Matsunaga, A Tonomura
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May 1, 1972·The Australian & New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology·D C Wallace
Nov 24, 1972·Nursing Mirror and Midwives Journal·R B Scott
Mar 1, 1974·Journal of Medical Genetics·P A JacobsM Newton
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Mar 1, 1972·Journal of Medical Genetics·U GripenbergL Gripenberg
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Jan 1, 1983·Cancer Investigation·J D Rowley
Jun 11, 1971·Nature·J Egozcue
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