Ivan Y. Iourov

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Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) of DNA-DNA or DNA-RNA using post-mortem brain samples is one approach to study low-level chromosomal aneuploidy and selective expression of specific genes in(More)
Despite the lack of direct cytogenetic studies, the neuronal cells of the normal human brain have been postulated to contain normal (diploid) chromosomal complement. Direct proof of a chromosomal(More)
A number of applied molecular cytogenetic studies require the quantitative assessment of fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) signals (for example, interphase FISH analysis of aneuploidy by(More)