mBAND: a high resolution multicolor banding technique for the detection of complex intrachromosomal aberrations.

@article{Chudoba2004mBANDAH,
  title={mBAND: a high resolution multicolor banding technique for the detection of complex intrachromosomal aberrations.},
  author={Ilse Chudoba and Gaby Hickmann and Torben Friedrich and Anna Jauch and Peter Kozlowski and Gabriele Senger},
  journal={Cytogenetic and genome research},
  year={2004},
  volume={104 1-4},
  pages={390-3}
}
Precise breakpoint definition of chromosomal rearrangements using conventional banding techniques often fails, especially when more than two breakpoints are involved. The classic banding procedure results in a pattern of alternating light and dark bands. Hence, in banded chromosomes a specific chromosomal band is rather identified by the surrounding banding pattern than by its own specific morphology. In chromosomal rearrangements the original pattern is altered and therefore the unequivocal… CONTINUE READING

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