Mitotic rate, DNA distribution, and chromatinin situ sensitivity to heparin in breast cancer

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The purpose of this study was to characterize breast carcinomas by cell kinetic parameters. Mitotic rate (MR) and flow cytometrically (FCM) measured cell cycle distribution as well as chromatin testing in situ employing heparin for determination of activated chromatin, provided the following results: MR counted in 73 unselected carcinomas showed an increase… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01806574

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@article{Weiss1990MitoticRD, title={Mitotic rate, DNA distribution, and chromatinin situ sensitivity to heparin in breast cancer}, author={Hildegard Weiss and H P Brasching and Alexander Bock and Frank Mauthner and Ulrich Peek}, journal={Breast Cancer Research and Treatment}, year={1990}, volume={16}, pages={41-50} }