Gene amplification, one example of genetic instability, is of prognostic and clinical importance in neoplasia. In tumorigenic cells, gene amplification occurs at a very high frequency, whereas in normal diploid fibroblasts the event is undetectable by the clonogenic assay. To investigate genetic control of gene amplification, amplification frequency was… (More)
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