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  1. Content type: Research

    To elucidate the structure of terminal inverted duplications and to investigate potential mechanisms of formation in two cases where there was mosaicism with cells of apparently normal karyotype.

    Authors: Art Daniel, Luke St Heaps, Dianne Sylvester, Sara Diaz and Gregory Peters

    Citation: Cell & Chromosome 2008 7:1

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    Neurons with similar morphology and neurotransmitter content located at a specific brain region may be part of the same or functionally separate networks. To address the question whether morphologically simila...

    Authors: Kunjumon I Vadakkan, Baoxiang Li and Umberto De Boni

    Citation: Cell & Chromosome 2006 5:1

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  3. Content type: Research

    To describe clinical and histological features observed in the setting of an unusual complex translocation involving three autosomes (9, 13, and 14) identified in an otherwise healthy male referred for inferti...

    Authors: Eric Scott Sills, Joseph Jinsuk Kim, Michael A Witt and Gianpiero D Palermo

    Citation: Cell & Chromosome 2005 4:2

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  4. Content type: Review

    This article reviews and summarizes chromosomal changes responsible for the initiation and progression of uroepithelial carcinomas. Characterization of these alterations may lead to a better understanding of t...

    Authors: Imad Fadl-Elmula

    Citation: Cell & Chromosome 2005 4:1

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  5. Content type: Research

    To investigate potential mechanisms for telomere capture the spatial arrangement of telomeres and chromosomes was examined in G1 (non-cycling) mitotic cells with diploid or triploid genomes. This was examined ...

    Authors: Art Daniel and Luke St Heaps

    Citation: Cell & Chromosome 2004 3:3

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  6. Content type: Review

    The nucleus of the cell serves to maintain, regulate, and replicate the critical genetic information encoded by the genome. Genomic DNA is highly associated with proteins that enable simple nuclear structures ...

    Authors: Stephanie M Nelson, Lynnette R Ferguson and William A Denny

    Citation: Cell & Chromosome 2004 3:2

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  7. Content type: Review

    Increasing attention is focusing on chromosomal and genome structure in cancer research due to the fact that genomic instability plays a principal role in cancer initiation, progression and response to chemoth...

    Authors: Henry HQ Heng, Joshua B Stevens, Guo Liu, Steven W Bremer and Christine J Ye

    Citation: Cell & Chromosome 2004 3:1

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  8. Content type: Review

    Microarrays have been applied to the determination of genome-wide expression patterns during the cell cycle of a number of different cells. Both eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells have been studied using whole-c...

    Authors: Stephen Cooper and Kerby Shedden

    Citation: Cell & Chromosome 2003 2:1

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  9. Content type: Research

    Although chromosome missegregation during oocyte maturation (OM) is a significant contributor to human morbidity and mortality, very little is known about the causes and mechanisms of aneuploidy. Several inves...

    Authors: John B Mailhes, Colette Hilliard, Mary Lowery and Steve N London

    Citation: Cell & Chromosome 2002 1:2

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  10. Content type: Research

    In most organisms proper reductional chromosome segregation during meiosis I is strongly correlated with the presence of crossover recombination structures (chiasmata); recombination deficient mutants lack cro...

    Authors: Wallace D Sharif, Gloria G Glick, Mari K Davidson and Wayne P Wahls

    Citation: Cell & Chromosome 2002 1:1

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