Nonrandom location and orientation of the inactive X chromosome in human neutrophil nuclei


The nuclei of human neutrophils typically consist of a linear array of three or four lobes joined by DNA-containing filaments. Terminal lobes are connected to internal lobes via a single filament, while internal lobes have two filaments, each to an adjacent lobe. Some lobes also have appendages of various shapes and sizes. In particular, up to 17% of… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s004120100145


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