X-ray-induced simple, pseudosimple and complex exchanges involving two distinctly painted chromosomes.

@article{Simpson1999XrayinducedSP,
  title={X-ray-induced simple, pseudosimple and complex exchanges involving two distinctly painted chromosomes.},
  author={P. Simpson and D. Papworth and J. Savage},
  journal={International journal of radiation biology},
  year={1999},
  volume={75 1},
  pages={
          11-8
        }
}
PURPOSE To detect simple, pseudosimple and complex chromosome exchanges in X-ray-induced aberrations involving two distinctly painted chromosomes. Each visibly complex two-paint exchange was analysed to determine the number of breaks and chromosomes necessary to derive the pattern. In addition, the number of associated paint junctions was scored to assess the frequency of non-reciprocal exchanges. MATERIALS AND METHODS Metaphase spreads were prepared from a human primary fibroblast cell line… Expand

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