PMID: 4253680Jul 2, 1971

Quinacrine fluorescence patterns of human D group chromosomes

D A MillerW R Breg


No abstract listed.


Jan 1, 1970·Chromosoma·T CasperssonE J Modest
Nov 1, 1970·Experimental Cell Research·T CasperssonL Zech
Jun 30, 1971·Nature: New Biology·W R BregP W Allderdice
Jun 1, 1970·Experimental Cell Research·T CasperssonC Johansson
Oct 1, 1970·Experimental Cell Research·T CasperssonC Johansson
Mar 1, 1969·Journal of Medical Genetics·A De CapoaO J Miller
Nov 26, 1964·The New England Journal of Medicine·J J YunisM Mayer


Jan 22, 1974·Humangenetik·J P FrynsH van den Berghe
Jul 1, 1976·Journal of Clinical Pathology·S D Lawler, B R Reeves
Sep 1, 1972·Journal of Medical Genetics·P Pearson
Nov 1, 1972·Experimental Cell Research·G D Burkholder, D E Comings
Jan 1, 1971·The Journal of Pediatrics·W Wertelecki, P S Gerald
Oct 1, 1980·Journal of Youth and Adolescence·D Rosenthal, J Hansen
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Jan 1, 1972·Clinical Genetics·K H GustavsonB Santesson
Oct 1, 1979·Journal of Endocrinological Investigation·A LodiS Lenzi

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