Visual classification of banded human chromosomes. I. Karyotyping compared with classification of isolated chromosomes.

@article{Lundsteen1976VisualCO,
  title={Visual classification of banded human chromosomes. I. Karyotyping compared with classification of isolated chromosomes.},
  author={Claes Lundsteen and A M Lind and Erik Granum},
  journal={Annals of human genetics},
  year={1976},
  volume={40 1},
  pages={
          87-97
        }
}
  • Claes Lundsteen, A M Lind, Erik Granum
  • Published in Annals of human genetics 1976
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Visual karyotyping and visual classification of isolated chromosomes was carried out by seven investigators on 22 trypsin banded metaphases of average quality. The karyotyping experiment resulted in an average error rate of 0-1% (zero-0-4%) and the classification of isolated chromosomes resulted in an error rate of 3% (2-5%). The B and F group chromosomes were found to be most difficult to classify when isolated, while no errors were made of the no. 1 and the X chromosome. Large differences… CONTINUE READING

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