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Cytogenetical studies on Insectivora.
Karyotypes of the house shrew (Suncus murinus) collected from 8 different localities in East, Southeast and Southwest Asia were examined with an interest of the geographical variation andExpand
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Karyological study of four Japanese Myotis bats (Chiroptera, Mammalia)
Karyological investigations of four Japanese Myotis species were made based on Gand C-banding pattern analysis. It was revealed that the four species, M. nattereri, M. hosonoi, M. frater kaguyae andExpand
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Evolution of karyotypes and differentiation in 13 Rattus Species
Karyotypes of 13 Rattus species collected in Asia and Oceania were analysed with special interest to karyotype evolution and species differentiation. They were classified into three groups accordingExpand
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Chromosome studies in the Coleoptera. III
In the pr sent study the chromosomes of seven species of the Coccinellidae and three species of the Chrysomelidae were reported upon with special regard to the morphological analysis of theExpand
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NONRANDOMNESS IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF CHROMOSOME ABERRATIONS INDUCED BY A RADIOMIMETIC CHEMICAL, 4-NITROQUINOLINE 1-OXIDE, IN TUMOR CELLS
1. Chromosome aberrations induced by a radiomimetic chemical, 4-nitroquinoline 1-oxide, in Yoshida sarcoma cells were of chromatid type.2. The distribution of chromatid intrachanges (breakages) amongExpand
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Chromosomal alteration and the development of tumors. XXVI. A mammary cancer of the domestic cat characterized by hypodiploid and hypotetraploid modes, with a special note on increase of diploid
Karyotypes of a mammary cancer spontaneously developed in the domestic cat were analysed in comparison with those of normal somatic cells (2n=38). This tumor was characterized by having bimodalExpand
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RELATION BETWEEN CHROMOSOMAL ALTERATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF TUMORS
The present paper deals with karyological studies of tumor cells, with special regard to the relationship between chromosomal alteration and tumor development.(1) In my first karyological study ofExpand
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