DNA REPLICATION PATTERNS OF HUMAN CHROMOSOMES
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A balanced 13-18 translocation [46,XY,t(13q-;18q+)] in the father of an infant with multiple anomalies
Comparative studies on the distribution of aberrations on human chromosomes treated with busulphan in vivo and in vitro
High resolution replication patterns of the human Y chromosome. Intra- and interindividual variation
Decrease of DNA synthesis in amniotic fluid cells during the middle part of S-phase revealed by differential chromosome staining after incorporation of BrdU
Comparative study of human chromosome replication in primary cultures of embryonic fibroblasts and in cultures of peripheral blood leucocytes. II. Replication of centromeric regions of chromosomes at the termination of the S period
Structural aberrations of the Y chromosome and the corresponding phenotype. Report of a case with the karotype 45,X-46,X,i(Yp)
The relationship between patterns of DNA replication and of quinacrine fluorescence in the human chromosome complement
Chromosome studies of the cultured cells of two species of side-necked turtles (Podocnemis unifilis and P. expansa)
Asynchrony of DNA replication and mitotic spiralization along heterochromatic portions of Chinese hamster chromosomes
Intrachromosomal gene mapping in man: assignment of nucleoside phosphorylase to region 14cen leads to 14q21 by interspecific hybridization of cells with a t(X;14) (p22;q21) translocation
A cytological procedure to screen mammalian temperature-sensitive mutants for cell-cycle-related defects
Random X-chromosome inactivation in interspecific hybrids of Meriones libycus (male) x Meriones shawi (female) (Rodentia: Gerbillinae)
Induction of chromosome aberrations in cultured human cells by ethylenimine and its relation to cell cycle
On factors affecting the pattern of rejoining (symmetric or asymmetric) in the formation of chromosomal aberrations
Increased sister-chromatid exchanges (SCEs) and chromosomal fragilities by BrdU in a human mutant B-lymphoblastoid cell line
Chronology and pattern of human chromosome replication, IV. Autoradiographic studies of binucleate cells
Persistence of nucleoli in short term and long term cell cultures and in direct bone marrow preparations in mammalian materials
Trisomy E (18) syndrome: clinical spectrum in 12 new cases, including chromosome autoradiography in 4
A dicentric Y chromosome without evidence of sex chromosomal mosaicism, 46,XYqdic, in a patient with features of Turner's syndrome
Mosaicism with translocation: autoradiographic and fluorescent studies of an inherited reciprocal translocation t(2q+;14q-)
VIRUSES AND MAMMALIAN CHROMOSOMES. IV. REPLICATION OF HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS IN DIPLOID CHINESE HAMSTER CELLS
Anal atresia, eye anomalies, and an additional small abnormal acrocentric chromosome (47,XX,mar+): report of a case
Cytogenetic investigation of six patients with X isochromosomes, i(Xq), and of two subjects with isodicentric X chromosomes, idic (Xq)
Ribonucleic acid synthesis in the cell cycle of L5178Y mouse leukemic cells. Time of replication of the DNA template of rapidly labeled hybridizable RNA
Autoradiographic evidence of increased incorporation of aspartate and of carbamoyl aspartate in fibroblasts from a Lesch-Nyhan patient
Increased incorporation of aspartate and decreased incorporation of orotate in fibroblasts from Lesch-Nyhan patients as revealed by autoradiography
Synthesis of ribonucleic acid by the X-chromosomes of Drosophila melanogaster and the problem of dosage compensation
INTERPHASE DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID CONDENSATION, LATE DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID REPLICATION, AND GENE INACTIVATION
Pattern of DNA replication of the sex chromosomes in three males, two with XYY and one with XXYY karotype
Probable localization of a triosephosphate isomerase gene to the short arm of the number 5 human chromosome
Autoradiographic and fluorescent staining studies of bone marrow chromosomes from a patient with acute granulocytic leukemia
Pericentric inversion in a group D chromosome (13-15) associated with amenorrhea and gonadal dysgenesis
Autoradiographic studies on a mother and aborted foetus from a family with four mongoloid children and a presumptive 21-21 translocation
Inherited interstitial del(Xp) with minimal clinical consequences: with a note on the location of genes controlling phenotypic features
Relationship between nucleic acids, histone and non-histone protein synthesis in human lymphocytes stimulated with phytohemagglutinin
Analysis of the length variation in the human Y chromosome by aids of the quinacrine fluorochrome method
Autoradiographic labelling pattern of the chromosomes No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 13-15, 16 and grade of conformity of homologues after incorporation of H3-thymidine during the late S phase. Quantitative studies of the cells of blood culture
Inherited 13/14 translocation and metacentric microchromosome associated with trisomy 21: report of 2 cases
Selective elimination in vitro of sensitive cell clones in methylcholanthrene induced sarcoma by vinblastine sulphate
Structure of chromosomes. I. Morphological studies of the spiral structure of human somatic chromosomes
A new sex determining mechanism in a mammal. Chromosomes of Indian mongoose (Herpestes auropunctatus)
Mental retardation in association with a balanced X-autosome translocation and random inactivation of the X chromosomes
Reduplication behavior of chromosomes of group D (13-15) and identification of the extra-chromosome in trisomy D
Synergism of the Schmidt-Ruppin strain of the Rous sarcoma virus and cytidine triphosphate in the induction of chromosome breaks in human cultured leukocytes
BrdU-Hoechst-Giemsa analysis of DNA replication in synchronized lymphocyte cultures. Study of human X and Y chromosomes
Prenatal chromosome analysis with mosaic statement 46,XX-92,XXXX. Possibility of an erroneous diagnosis
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