Amara Markvong

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The DNA replication patterns of the terminal S phase of three species of Mus were analyzed by tritiated thymidine autoradiography. The centromeric heterochromatin of M. fulvidiventris is the latest component to finish DNA synthesis. The Y chromosome finishes replication earlier than the centromeric heterochromatin. The centromeric heterochromatin of M.(More)
Minced seminiferous tubules of male Chinese hamsters when treated with a mixture of trypsin (one part) and McCoy's 5a growth medium with 20% fetal calf serum (nine parts) at 4 degrees C, washed twice with the regular growth medium, incubated at 37 degrees C in growth medium for 4 h, and harvested without Colcemid and hypotonic pretreatments, gave excellent(More)
The chromosomes of the Asian mice, Mus fulvidiventris (booduga?), are typical of the Mus in general, viz., 40 telocentric chromosomes. The centromeric heterochromatin does not fluoresce brightly. The G band pattern of the euchromatin is the same as that of M. musculus. The diploid number of M. dunni is also 40, but each autosome possesses a short,(More)
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