Significance of the choice of tissue culture technique on the chromosomal patterns in human mixed salivary gland tumors.

@article{Mark1988SignificanceOT,
  title={Significance of the choice of tissue culture technique on the chromosomal patterns in human mixed salivary gland tumors.},
  author={Joachim Mark and Jens Sandros and Barbro Wedell and G{\"o}ran Stenman and C. Ekedahl},
  journal={Cancer genetics and cytogenetics},
  year={1988},
  volume={33 2},
  pages={229-44}
}
Cytogenetic observations by banding methods in 56 new cases of human benign pleomorphic adenomas are reported. Thirty of the cases (series I) were studied in preparations from primary cultures established from cells growing out from mechanically dispersed tumor pieces. The remaining 26 cases (series II) were analyzed in preparations from primary cultures established from enzymatically pretreated material. The use of the latter method resulted in a decrease in the frequency of cases with a… CONTINUE READING