Analysis of multiaberrant cells in lymphocytes of persons living in different ecological regions.

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An analysis was carried out of multiaberrant ("rogue") cells in lymphocytes of persons living in unpolluted areas (controls), and in areas chemically or radioactively (Chernobyl fall-out) polluted. The total number of analysed cells was 102,391, among these 10 cells with three and more aberrations were found. These multiaberrant cells occur in persons of both sexes and various ages living in regions with a moderate degree of mutagenic exposure. The main types of aberrations in multiaberrant cells were chromosome exchanges, accompanied by double fragments.

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@article{Bochkov1994AnalysisOM, title={Analysis of multiaberrant cells in lymphocytes of persons living in different ecological regions.}, author={Nikolay P. Bochkov and Lubovj Katosova}, journal={Mutation research}, year={1994}, volume={323 1-2}, pages={7-10} }