Frequent chromosome 8q gains in human small cell lung carcinoma detected by arbitrarily primed-PCR genomic fingerprinting.

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The arbitrarily primed-polymerase chain reaction (AP-PCR) genomic fingerprinting method was applied to detect chromosomal numerical imbalances in 13 small cell lung carcinomas (SCLC). Increases and decreases in the intensity of the AP-PCR bands from several chromosomes, representing gains of chromosomes 1, 7, 16, and X, and losses of chromosomes 2, 10, and… (More)

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@article{Yamada2000FrequentC8, title={Frequent chromosome 8q gains in human small cell lung carcinoma detected by arbitrarily primed-PCR genomic fingerprinting.}, author={Takeshi Yamada and Takashi Kohno and J. M. Navarro and Susumu Ohwada and Manel Perucho and Jun-ichi P Yokota}, journal={Cancer genetics and cytogenetics}, year={2000}, volume={120 1}, pages={11-7} }