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Cytological, genetic and evolutionary functions of chiasmata based on chiasma graph analysis.
The nature of the chiasma as a cytological parameter for analysing cross-over was reexamined quantitatively by an improved chiasma graph method. It was reconfirmed in Mus platythrix (n =13) thatExpand
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Genomic dispersion of 28S rDNA during karyotypic evolution in the ant genusMyrmecia (formicidae)
The chromosomal localization of 28S rDNA was investigated in 16 speices of the Australian ant genus Myrmecia, with 2n numbers ranging from 4 to 76, using the fluorescence in situ hybridization methodExpand
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Rapid HLA class I DNA typing using microtiter plate-reverse hybridization assay (MRHA) by simple thermoregulation: high-resolution subtyping of the HLA-A2 and -B40 antigen groups.
We have established a precise, rapid, simple and economical subtyping method for alleles encoding the HLA-A2 and -B40 antigens using microtiter plate-reverse hybridization assay (MRHA), which isExpand
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Restriction endonuclease recognition and Southern hybridization of bromodeoxyuridine‐substituted genomic DNA
Abstract. Human glioma cell lines exposed to various concentrations of bromode‐oxyuridine (BrdUrd) were studied to determine the effect of BrdUrd substitution on restriction endonuclease recognitionExpand
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Detection of antibodies to Aujeszky's disease virus by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay in pigs.
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Rapid and simultaneous HLA class I (-A, -B and -C loci) DNA typing using the microtitre plate-reverse hybridization assay (MRHA).
We have established a precise, rapid, simple and practical HLA class I DNA typing method using the microtitre plate-reverse hybridization assay (MRHA), which enables us to perform simultaneous DNAExpand
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Preferable mitogenicity of beetle lectin, Allo a, for the blood cell culture of macaques and its influence on apoptosis
Lectins with mitogenic properties on lymphocytes are requisite for chromosome research or cell biology using peripheral blood cells. Though some lectins have been used as mitogens to stimulateExpand