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Flow Cytometry: Early contributions
Molecular Biology


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  • Flow Karyotypes
    JW Gray, AV Carrano, DH Moore II, LL Steinmetz, J Minkler, BH Mayall, ML Mendelsohn High speed quantitative karyotyping by flow microfluorometry. Clin Chem 1975, 21: 1258-1262.
    JW Gray, AV Carrano, LL Steinmetz, MA VanDilla, DH Moore II, BH Mayall, ML Mendelsohn Chromosome measurement and sorting by flow systems. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 1975, 72: 1231-1234.
    E Stubblefield, S Cram, L Deaven Flow microfluorometric analysis of isolated Chinese hamster chromosomes. Exp Cell Res 1975, 94: 464-468.
    Fluorescence in-situ hybridisation (FISH)
    JGJ Bauman, T Wiegant, P Borst, P VanDuijn A new method for fluorescence microscopical localization of specific DNA-sequences by in-situ hybridization of fluorochrome-labeled DNA. Exp Cell Res 1980, 128: 485-490.
    JE Landegent, NJI Dewal, RA Baan, HJ Hoeijmakers, M VanDerPloeg 2-acetylaminofluorene-modified probes for the indirect hybridocytochemical detection of specific nuclei-acid sequences. Exp Cell Res 1984, 153: 61-72
    AHN Hopman, J Wiegant, P VanDuijn Mercurated nucleic-acid probes, a nem principle for non-radioactive in-situ hybridization. Exp Cell Res 1987, 169: 357-368.
    D Pinkel, J Landegent, C Collins, J Fuscoe, R Seagraves, J Lucas, J Gray Fluorescence in situ hybridizytion with human chromosome-specific libraries: Detection of trisomy 21 and translocations of chromosome 4. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 1988, 85: 9138-9142.

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