Stefanie Maisch

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In vitro studies addressing the primary prevention of colon carcinoma are preferably conducted using normal colonic cells, because these cells are more likely to represent the potential target for prevention in vivo. Established cell lines of normal colonic origin are mostly lacking; however, this is probably due to the difficulties associated with(More)
In this study nine colorectal cancer cell lines were analysed by 10K SNP-arrays and spectral karyotyping (SKY). Complex chromosomal alterations and breakpoints of deleted or translocated fragments found by SKY could further be characterized by SNP-array analysis. Interestingly many monoallelic regions identified by SNP-array analysis display no copy number(More)
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