Sensitive, high-resolution chromatin and chromosome mapping in situ: Presence and orientation of two closely integrated copies of EBV in a lymphoma line

@article{Lawrence1988SensitiveHC,
  title={Sensitive, high-resolution chromatin and chromosome mapping in situ: Presence and orientation of two closely integrated copies of EBV in a lymphoma line},
  author={Jeanne B. Lawrence and Carol A. Villnave and Robert H. Singer},
  journal={Cell},
  year={1988},
  volume={52},
  pages={51-61}
}

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