Catalogo Articoli (Spogli Riviste)

HELP
ATTENZIONE: attualmente gli articoli Current Contents (fonte ISI) a partire dall'anno 2002 sono consultabili sulla Risorsa On-Line

Le informazioni sugli articoli di fonte ISI sono coperte da copyright

La ricerca find articoli where soggetti phrase all words 'MOLECULAR CYTOGENETIC ANALYSIS' sort by level,fasc_key/DESCEND, pagina_ini_num/ASCEND ha restituito 136 riferimenti
Si mostrano 100 riferimenti a partire da 1
Selezionare un intervallo

Per ulteriori informazioni selezionare i riferimenti di interesse.

    1. Eberhart, CG; Kratz, JE; Schuster, A; Goldthwaite, P; Cohen, KJ; Perlman, EJ; Burger, PC
      Comparative genomic hybridization detects an increased number of chromosomal alterations in large cell/anaplastic medulloblastomas

      BRAIN PATHOLOGY
    2. Hirose, Y; Aldape, K; Takahashi, M; Berger, MS; Feuerstein, BG
      Tissue microdissection and degenerate oligonucleotide primed-polymerase chain reaction (DOP-PCR) is an effective method to analyze genetic aberrations in invasive tumors

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS
    3. Thein, A; Charles, A; Davies, T; Newbury-Ecob, R; Soothill, P
      The role of comparative genomic hybridisation in prenatal diagnosis

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY
    4. Zhang, W; Laborde, PM; Coombes, KR; Berry, DA; Hamilton, SR
      Cancer genomics: Promises and complexities

      CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH
    5. Kubota, H; Nishizaki, T; Harada, K; Harada, K; Oga, A; Ito, H; Suzuki, M; Sasaki, K
      Identification of recurrent chromosomal rearrangements and the unique relationship between low-level amplification and translocation in gliablastoma

      GENES CHROMOSOMES & CANCER
    6. Piao, Z; Lee, KS; Kim, H; Perucho, M; Malkhosyan, S
      Identification of novel deletion regions on chromosome arms 2q and 6p in breast carcinomas by amplotype analysis

      GENES CHROMOSOMES & CANCER
    7. Aurich-Costa, J; Vannier, A; Gregoire, E; Nowak, F; Cherif, D
      IPM-FISH, a new M-FISH approach using IRS-PCR painting probes: Applicationto the analysis of seven human prostate cell lines

      GENES CHROMOSOMES & CANCER
    8. Pan, Y; Lui, WO; Nupponen, N; Larsson, C; Isola, J; Visakorpi, T; Bergerheim, USR; Kytola, S
      5q11, 8p11, and 10q22 are recurrent chromosomal breakpoints in prostate cancer cell lines

      GENES CHROMOSOMES & CANCER
    9. Kilianska, ZM; Chrusciel, J; Niewiadomska, H; Blonski, J; Rogalinska, M; Blaszczyk, A; Robak, T
      Altered expression of nuclear non-histone protein (P44/46) in different stages of B-chronic lymphocytic leukemia

      LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA
    10. Kong, G; Oga, A; Park, CK; Kawauchi, S; Furuya, T; Sasaki, K
      DNA sequence copy number aberrations associated with histological subtypesand DNA ploidy in gastric carcinoma

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CANCER RESEARCH
    11. Yang, ZQ; Imoto, I; Pimkhaokham, A; Shimada, Y; Sasaki, K; Oka, M; Inazawa, J
      A novel amplicon at 9p23-24 in squamous cell carcinoma of the esophagus that lies proximal to GASC1 and harbors NFIB

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CANCER RESEARCH
    12. Jarosova, M; Jedlickova, K; Holzerova, M; Urbanova, R; Papajik, T; Raida, L; Pikalova, Z; Lakoma, I; Prekopova, I; Kropackova, J; Indrak, K
      Contribution of comparative genomic hybridization and fluorescence in situhybridization to the detection of chromosomal abnormalities in B-cell chronic lymphocytic leukemia

      ONKOLOGIE
    13. Joyce, CA; Dennis, NR; Cooper, S; Browne, CE
      Subtelomeric rearrangements: results from a study of selected and unselected probands with idiopathic mental retardation and control individuals by using high-resolution G-banding and FISH

      HUMAN GENETICS
    14. Schutte, BC; Carpten, JD; Forus, A; Gregory, SG; Horii, A; White, PS
      Report of the sixth international workshop on human chromosome 1 mapping 2000

      CYTOGENETICS AND CELL GENETICS
    15. El Gedaily, A; Bubendorf, L; Willi, N; Fu, W; Richter, J; Moch, H; Mihatsch, MJ; Sauter, G; Gasser, TC
      Discovery of new DNA amplification loci in prostate cancer by comparative genomic hybridization

      PROSTATE
    16. Clausen, OPF; Andersen, SN; Stromkjaer, H; Nielsen, V; Rognum, TO; Bolund, L; Kolvraa, S
      A strategy combining flow sorting and comparative genomic hybridization for studying genetic aberrations at different stages of colorectal tumorigenesis in ulcerative colitis

      CYTOMETRY
    17. Achuthan, R; Bell, SM; Roberts, P; Leek, JP; Horgan, K; Markham, AF; MacLennan, KA; Speirs, V
      Genetic events during the transformation of a tamoxifen-sensitive human breast cancer cell line into a drug-resistant clone

      CANCER GENETICS AND CYTOGENETICS
    18. Zielenska, M; Bayani, J; Pandita, A; Toledo, S; Marrano, P; Andrade, J; Petrilli, A; Thorner, P; Sorensen, P; Squire, JA
      Comparative genomic hybridization analysis identifies gains of 1p35 similar to p36 and chromosome 19 in osteosarcoma

      CANCER GENETICS AND CYTOGENETICS
    19. Fung, LF; Wong, N; Tang, N; Lau, A; Wong, V; Pang, CP; Suen, M; King, W; Johnson, PJ
      Genetic imbalances in pT2 breast cancers of southern Chinese women

      CANCER GENETICS AND CYTOGENETICS
    20. Kato, R; Kishibayashi, J; Shimokawa, O; Harada, N; Niikawa, N; Matsumoto, N
      Congenital glaucoma and silver-russell phenotype associated with partial trisomy 7q and monosomy 15q

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL GENETICS
    21. Hui, ABY; Lo, KW; Yin, XL; Poon, WS; Ng, HK
      Detection of multiple gene amplifications in glioblastoma multiforme usingarray-based comparative genomic hybridization

      LABORATORY INVESTIGATION
    22. Bell, KA; Van Deerlin, PG; Feinberg, RF; du Manoir, S; Haddad, BR
      Diagnosis of aneuploidy in arrival, paraffin-embedded pregnancy-loss tissues by comparative genomic hybridization

      FERTILITY AND STERILITY
    23. Bastian, BC; LeBoit, PE; Pinkel, D
      Genomic approaches to skin cancer diagnosis

      ARCHIVES OF DERMATOLOGY
    24. Fukuda, Y; Kurihara, N; Imoto, I; Yasui, K; Yoshida, M; Yanagihara, K; Park, JG; Nakamura, Y; Inazawa, J
      CD44 is a potential target of amplification within the 11p13 amplicon detected in gastric cancer cell lines

      GENES CHROMOSOMES & CANCER
    25. Huang, Q; Schantz, SP; Rao, PH; Mo, J; McCormick, SA; Chaganti, RSK
      Improving degenerate oligonucleotide primed PCR-comparative genomic hybridization for analysis of DNA copy number changes in tumors

      GENES CHROMOSOMES & CANCER
    26. Kytola, S; Rummukainen, J; Nordgren, A; Karhu, R; Farnebo, F; Isola, J; Larsson, C
      Chromosomal alterations in 15 breast cancer cell lines by comparative genomic hybridization and spectral karyotyping

      GENES CHROMOSOMES & CANCER
    27. Gebhart, E; Verdorfer, I; Saul, W; Trautmann, U; Brecevic, L
      Delimiting the use of comparative genomic hybridization in human myeloid neoplastic disorders

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ONCOLOGY
    28. Heller, A; Chudoba, I; Bleck, C; Senger, G; Claussen, U; Liehr, T
      Microdissection based comparative genomic hybridization analysis (micro-CGH) of secondary acute myelogenous leukemias

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ONCOLOGY
    29. Gebhart, E; Liehr, T
      Patterns of genomic imbalances in human solid tumors (Review)

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ONCOLOGY
    30. Rosenberg, C; Van Gurp, RJHLM; Geelen, E; Oosterhuis, JW; Looijenga, LHJ
      Overrepresentation of the short arm of chromosome 12 is related to invasive growth of human testicular seminomas and nonseminomas

      ONCOGENE
    31. Harada, T; Shiraishi, K; Kusano, N; Umayahara, K; Kondoh, S; Okita, K; Sasaki, K
      Evaluation of the reliability of chromosomal imbalances detected by combined use of universal DNA amplification and comparative genomic hybridization

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CANCER RESEARCH
    32. Crasta, OR; Francki, MG; Bucholtz, DB; Sharma, HC; Zhang, J; Wang, RC; Ohm, HW; Anderson, JM
      Identification and characterization of wheat-wheatgrass translocation lines and localization of barley yellow dwarf virus resistance

      GENOME
    33. Lapierre, JM; Cacheux, V; Luton, D; Collot, N; Oury, JF; Aurias, A; Tachdjian, G
      Analysis of uncultured amniocytes by comparative genomic hybridization: a prospective prenatal study

      PRENATAL DIAGNOSIS
    34. Jacobsen, A; Arnold, N; Weimer, J; Kiechle, M
      Comparison of comparative genomic hybridization and interphase fluorescence in situ hybridization in ovarian carcinomas: possibilities and limitations of both techniques

      CANCER GENETICS AND CYTOGENETICS
    35. Verhagen, PCMS; Zhu, XL; Rohr, LR; Cannon-Albright, LA; Tavtigian, SV; Skolnick, MH; Brothman, AR
      Microdissection, DOP-PCR, and comparative genomic hybridization of paraffin-embedded familial prostate cancers

      CANCER GENETICS AND CYTOGENETICS
    36. Dierlamm, J; Stefanova, M; Wlodarska, I; Hinz, K; Maes, B; Michaux, L; Stul, M; Verhoef, G; Thomas, J; De Wolf-Peeters, C; Van den Berghe, H; Hossfeld, HK; Hagemeijer, A
      Analysis of-the P53, RB/D13S25, and P16 tumor suppressor genes in marginalzone B-cell lymphoma: An interphase fluorescence in situ hybridization study

      CANCER GENETICS AND CYTOGENETICS
    37. Fan, CS; Wong, N; Leung, SF; To, KF; Lo, KW; Lee, SW; Mok, TSK; Johnson, PJ; Huang, DP
      Frequent c-myc and Int-2 overrepresentations in nasopharyngeal carcinoma

      HUMAN PATHOLOGY
    38. Alers, JC; Rochat, J; Krijtenburg, PJ; Hop, WCJ; Kranse, R; Rosenberg, C; Tanke, HJ; Schroder, FH; van Dekken, H
      Identification of genetic markers for prostatic cancer progression

      LABORATORY INVESTIGATION
    39. Looijenga, LHJ; Rosenberg, C; van Gurp, RJHLM; Geelen, E; van Echten-Arends, J; de Jong, B; Mostert, M; Oosterhuis, JW
      Comparative genomic hybridization of microdissected samples from differentstages in the development of a seminoma and a non-seminoma

      JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    40. Diebold, J; Mosinger, K; Peiro, G; Pannekamp, U; Kaltz, C; Baretton, GB; Meier, W; Lohrs, U
      20q13 and cyclin D1 in ovarian carcinomas. Analysis by fluorescence in situ hybridization

      JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    41. Rickert, CH; Simon, R; Bergmann, M; Dockhorn-Dworniczak, B; Paulus, W
      Comparative genomic hybridization in pineal germ cell tumors

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPATHOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    42. Kraggerud, SM; Szymanska, J; Abeler, VM; Kaern, J; Eknaes, M; Heim, S; Teixeira, MR; Trope, CG; Peltomaki, P; Lothe, RA
      DNA copy number changes in malignant ovarian germ cell tumors

      CANCER RESEARCH
    43. Kiechle, M; Hinrichs, M; Jacobsen, A; Luttges, J; Pfisterer, J; Kommoss, F; Arnold, N
      Genetic imbalances in precursor lesions of endometrial cancer detected by comparative genomic hybridization

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    44. Jo, Y; Kinugawa, K; Matsuki, T; Morioka, M; Tanaka, H
      Analysis of the biological properties and use of comparative genomic hybridization to locate chromosomal aberrations in the human testicular seminomacell line JKT-1 and its highly metastatic cell line JKT-HM

      BJU INTERNATIONAL
    45. Weiss, MM; Hermsen, MAJA; Meijer, GA; van Grieken, NCT; Baak, JPA; Kuipers, EJ; van Diest, PJ
      Demystified ... Comparative genomic hybridisation

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PATHOLOGY-MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY
    46. Looijenga, LHJ; Oosterhuis, JW
      Pathogenesis of testicular germ cell tumours

      REVIEWS OF REPRODUCTION
    47. Wolf, NG; Abdul-Karim, FW; Farver, C; Schrock, E; du Manoir, S; Schwartz, S
      Analysis of ovarian borderline tumors using comparative genomic hybridization and fluorescence in situ hybridization

      GENES CHROMOSOMES & CANCER
    48. Ried, T; Heselmeyer-Haddad, K; Blegen, H; Schrock, E; Auer, G
      Genomic changes defining the genesis, progression, and malignancy potential in solid human tumors: A phenotype genotype correlation

      GENES CHROMOSOMES & CANCER
    49. Kishii, M; Nagaki, K; Tsujimoto, H; Sasakuma, T
      Exclusive localization of tandem repetitive sequences in subtelomeric heterochromatin regions of Leymus racemosus (Poaceae, Triticeae)

      CHROMOSOME RESEARCH
    50. Jauhar, PP; Chibbar, RN
      Chromosome-mediated and direct gene transfers in wheat

      GENOME
    51. Virgin, JB; Hurley, PM; Nahhas, FA; Bebchuk, KG; Mohamed, AN; Sakr, WA; Bright, RK; Cher, ML
      Isochromosome 8q formation is associated with 8p loss of heterozygosity ina prostate cancer cell line

      PROSTATE
    52. Aubele, M; Mattis, A; Zitzelsberger, H; Walch, A; Kremer, M; Hutzler, P; Hofler, H; Werner, M
      Intratumoral heterogeneity in breast carcinoma revealed by laser-microdissection and comparative genomic hybridization

      CANCER GENETICS AND CYTOGENETICS
    53. Rosenberg, C; Schut, TB; Mostert, M; Tanke, H; Raap, A; Oesterhuis, JW; Looijenga, L
      Chromosomal gains and losses in testicular germ cell tumors of adolescentsand adults investigated by a modified comparative genomic hybridization approach

      LABORATORY INVESTIGATION
    54. Kros, JM; Van Run, PRWA; Alers, JC; Beverloo, HB; Van den Bent, MJ; Avezaat, CJJ; Van Dekken, H
      Genetic aberrations in oligodendroglial tumours: An analysis using comparative genomic hybridization (CGH)

      JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    55. Moore, E; Magee, H; Coyne, J; Gorey, T; Dervan, PA
      Widespread chromosomal abnormalities in high-grade ductal carcinoma in situ of the breast. Comparative genomic hybridization study of pure high-gradeDCIS

      JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    56. Gronwald, J; Baur, AS; Holtgreve-Grez, H; Jauch, A; Mosimann, F; Jichlinski, P; Wauters, JP; Cremer, T; Guillou, L
      Chromosomal abnormalities in renal cell neoplasms associated with acquiredrenal cystic disease. A series studied by comparative genomic hybridization and fluorescence in situ hybridization

      JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    57. Hui, ABY; Lo, KW; Leung, SF; Teo, P; Fung, MKF; To, KF; Wong, N; Choi, PHK; Lee, JCK; Huang, DP
      Detection of recurrent chromosomal gains and losses in primary nasopharyngeal carcinoma by comparative genomic hybridisation

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CANCER
    58. Siu, LLP; Wong, KF; Chan, JKC; Kwong, YL
      Comparative genomic hybridization analysis of natural killer cell lymphoma/leukemia - Recognition of consistent patterns of generic alterations

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    59. Christ, LA; Crowe, CA; Micale, MA; Conroy, JM; Schwartz, S
      Chromosome breakage hotspots and delineation of the critical region for the 9p-deletion syndrome

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN GENETICS
    60. RAAP AK
      ADVANCES IN FLUORESCENCE IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION

      Mutation research. Fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis
    61. COONEN E; HOPMAN AHN; GERAEDTS JPM; RAMAEKERS FCS
      APPLICATION OF IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION TECHNIQUES TO STUDY HUMAN PREIMPLANTATION EMBRYOS - A REVIEW

      Human reproduction update (Print)
    62. Yuan, WY; Tomita, M; Sun, SC; Yasumuro, Y
      Introduction of multi-alien chromatins carrying different powdery mildew-resistant genes from rye and Haynaldia villosa into wheat genome

      GENES & GENETIC SYSTEMS
    63. TAUBALD A; LIEHR T; RIES J; GIROD S; HASSFURTER E; GEBHART E
      CGH-DETECTED DNA-SEQUENCE COPY NUMBER AMPLIFICATIONS CAN BE CONFIRMEDBY INTERPHASE-FISH - NEW POSSIBILITIES FOR PROGNOSTIC APPROACHES IN ORAL SQUAMOUS-CELL CARCINOMAS

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR MEDICINE
    64. Levy, B; Dunn, TM; Kaffe, S; Kardon, N; Hirschhorn, K
      Clinical applications of comparative genomic hybridization

      GENETICS IN MEDICINE
    65. BERNARDINO L; APIOU F; GERBAULTSEUREAU M; MALFOY B; DUTRILLAUX B
      CHARACTERIZATION OF RECURRENT HOMOGENEOUSLY STAINING REGIONS IN 72 BREAST CARCINOMAS

      Genes, chromosomes & cancer
    66. MOHAPATRA G; BOLLEN AW; KIM DH; LAMBORN K; MOORE DH; PRADOS MD; FEUERSTEIN BG
      GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF GLIOBLASTOMA-MULTIFORME PROVIDES EVIDENCE FOR SUBGROUPS WITHIN THE GRADE

      Genes, chromosomes & cancer
    67. MOSTERT MC; VERKERK AJMH; VANDEPOL M; HEIGHWAY J; MARYNEN P; ROSENBERG C; VANKESSEL AG; VANECHTEN J; DEJONG B; OOSTERHUIS JW; LOOIJENGA LHJ
      IDENTIFICATION OF THE CRITICAL REGION OF 12P OVER-REPRESENTATION IN TESTICULAR GERM-CELL TUMORS OF ADOLESCENTS AND ADULTS

      Oncogene
    68. ZITZELSBERGER H; KULKA U; LEHMANN L; WALCH A; SMIDA J; AUBELE M; LORCH T; HOFLER H; BAUCHINGER M; WERNER M
      GENETIC-HETEROGENEITY IN A PROSTATIC-CARCINOMA AND ASSOCIATED PROSTATIC INTRAEPITHELIAL NEOPLASIA AS DEMONSTRATED BY COMBINED USE OF LASER-MICRODISSECTION, DEGENERATE OLIGONUCLEOTIDE PRIMED PCR AND COMPARATIVEGENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION

      Virchows Archiv
    69. BRYNDORF T
      DEVELOPMENT AND CLINICAL-STUDIES OF IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION TECHNIQUES IN PRENATAL-DIAGNOSIS

      Danish medical bulletin
    70. HESELMEYER K; HELLSTROM AC; BLEGEN H; SCHROCK E; SILFVERSWARD C; SHAH K; AUER G; RIED T
      PRIMARY-CARCINOMA OF THE FALLOPIAN-TUBE - COMPARATIVE GENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION REVEALS HIGH GENETIC INSTABILITY AND A SPECIFIC, RECURRING PATTERN OF CHROMOSOMAL-ABERRATIONS

      International journal of gynecological pathology
    71. COLLINS VP
      GLIOMAS

      Cancer surveys
    72. AGARWAL SK; SCHROCK E; KESTER MB; BURNS AL; HEFFESS CS; RIED T; MARX SJ
      COMPARATIVE GENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION ANALYSIS OF HUMAN PARATHYROID TUMORS

      Cancer genetics and cytogenetics
    73. RAO PH; MURTY VVVS; LOUIE DC; CHAGANTI RSK
      NONSYSTEMIC AMPLIFICATION OF MYC WITH CDK4 AND MDM2 IN A MALIGNANT MIXED TUMOR OF SALIVARY-GLAND

      Cancer genetics and cytogenetics
    74. MURRAY JC; POPLACK DG; MAHONEY DH; GRESIK MV; HARRISON WR; COOLEY LD
      DETECTION OF DOUBLE MINUTE CHROMOSOMES IN A CHILD WITH ACUTE LYMPHOBLASTIC-LEUKEMIA

      Cancer genetics and cytogenetics
    75. PATEL A; VANMEYEL DJ; MOHAPATRA G; BOLLEN A; WRENSCH M; CAIRNCROSS JG; FEUERSTEIN BG
      GLIOMAS IN FAMILIES - CHROMOSOMAL ANALYSIS BY COMPARATIVE GENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION

      Cancer genetics and cytogenetics
    76. DELOBEL B; DELANNOY V; PINI G; ZAPELLA M; TARDIEU M; VALLEE L; CROQUETTE MF
      IDENTIFICATION AND MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF A SMALL 11Q23.3 DE-NOVO DUPLICATION IN A PATIENT WITH RETT-SYNDROME MANIFESTATIONS

      American journal of medical genetics
    77. ULLMANN R; SCHWENDEL A; KLEMEN H; WOLF G; PETERSEN I; POPPER HH
      UNBALANCED CHROMOSOMAL-ABERRATIONS IN NEUROENDOCRINE LUNG-TUMORS AS DETECTED BY COMPARATIVE GENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION

      Human pathology
    78. NASUDA S; FRIEBE B; BUSCH W; KYNAST RG; GILL BS
      STRUCTURAL REARRANGEMENT IN CHROMOSOME 2M OF AEGILOPS COMOSA HAS PREVENTED THE UTILIZATION OF THE COMPAIR AND RELATED WHEAT-AE-COMOSA TRANSLOCATIONS IN WHEAT IMPROVEMENT

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    79. GARRIGACALDERE F; HUIGEN DJ; ANGRISANO A; JACOBSEN E; RAMANNA MS
      TRANSMISSION OF ALIEN TOMATO CHROMOSOMES FROM BC1 TO BC2 PROGENIES DERIVED FROM BACKCROSSING POTATO(- THE SELECTION OF SINGLE ADDITIONS FOR7 DIFFERENT TOMATO CHROMOSOMES() TOMATO FUSION HYBRIDS TO POTATO )

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    80. Qi, LL; Wang, SL; Chen, PD; Liu, DJ; Gill, BS
      Identification and physical mapping of three Haynaldia villosa chromosome-6V deletion lines

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    81. PILOTTI S; DELLATORRE G; LAVARINO C; SOZZI G; MINOLETTI F; VERGANI B; AZZARELLI A; RILKE F; PIEROTTI MA
      MOLECULAR ABNORMALITIES IN LIPOSARCOMA - ROLE OF MDM2 AND CDK4-CONTAINING AMPLICONS AT 12Q13-22

      Journal of pathology
    82. Hermsen, MAJA; Baak, JPA; Meijer, GA; Weiss, JM; Walboomers, JWW; Snijders, PJF; Van Diest, PJ
      Genetic analysis of 53 lymph node-negative breast carcinomas by CGH and relation to clinical, pathological, morphometric, and DNA cytometric prognostic factors

      JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    83. GRIFFIN DK; SANOUDOU D; ADAMSKI E; MCGIFFERT C; OBRIEN P; WIENBERG J; FERGUSONSMITH MA
      CHROMOSOME-SPECIFIC COMPARATIVE GENOME HYBRIDIZATION FOR DETERMINING THE ORIGIN OF INTRACHROMOSOMAL DUPLICATIONS

      Journal of Medical Genetics
    84. LU YJ; OSIN P; LAKHANI SR; DIPALMA S; GUSTERSON BA; SHIPLEY JM
      COMPARATIVE GENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION ANALYSIS OF LOBULAR CARCINOMA IN-SITU AND ATYPICAL LOBULAR HYPERPLASIA AND POTENTIAL ROLES FOR GAINS AND LOSSES OF GENETIC MATERIAL IN BREAST NEOPLASIA

      Cancer research
    85. HESELMEYER K; MACVILLE M; SCHROCK E; BLEGEN H; HELLSTROM AC; SHAH K; AUER G; RIED T
      ADVANCED-STAGE CERVICAL CARCINOMAS ARE DEFINED BY A RECURRENT PATTERNOF CHROMOSOMAL-ABERRATIONS REVEALING HIGH GENETIC INSTABILITY AND A CONSISTENT GAIN OF CHROMOSOME ARM 3Q

      Genes, chromosomes & cancer
    86. KUUKASJARVI T; TANNER M; PENNANEN S; KARHU R; VISAKORPI T; ISOLA J
      OPTIMIZING DOP-PCR FOR UNIVERSAL AMPLIFICATION OF SMALL DNA SAMPLES IN COMPARATIVE GENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION

      Genes, chromosomes & cancer
    87. JAMES LA; MITCHELL ELD; MENASCE L; VARLEY JM
      COMPARATIVE GENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION OF DUCTAL CARCINOMA IN-SITU OF THE BREAST - IDENTIFICATION OF REGIONS OF DNA AMPLIFICATION AND DELETION IN COMMON WITH INVASIVE BREAST-CARCINOMA

      Oncogene
    88. ZITZELSBERGER H; LEHMANN L; WERNER M; BAUCHINGER M
      COMPARATIVE GENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION FOR THE ANALYSIS OF CHROMOSOMAL IMBALANCES IN SOLID TUMORS AND HEMATOLOGICAL MALIGNANCIES

      HISTOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY
    89. KOMIYAMA T; MATSUMURA K; TSUCHIDA N
      COMPARISON OF DNA COPY NUMBERS IN ORIGINAL ORAL SQUAMOUS-CELL CARCINOMAS AND CORRESPONDING CELL-LINES BY COMPARATIVE GENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION

      Japanese journal of cancer research
    90. ROSENBERG C; SCHUT TB; MOSTERT MC; TANKE HJ; RAAP AK; OOSTERHUIS JW; LOOIJENGA LHJ
      COMPARATIVE GENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION IN HYPOTRIPLOID HYPERDIPLOID TUMORS/

      Cytometry
    91. FOROZAN F; KARHU R; KONONEN J; KALLIONIEMI A; KALLIONIEMI OP
      GENOME SCREENING BY COMPARATIVE GENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION

      Trends in genetics
    92. GRONWALD J; STORKEL S; HOLTGREVEGREZ H; HADACZEK P; BRINKSCHMIDT C; JAUCH A; LUBINSKI J; CREMER T
      COMPARISON OF DNA GAINS AND LOSSES IN PRIMARY RENAL CLEAR-CELL CARCINOMAS AND METASTATIC SITES - IMPORTANCE OF 1Q AND 3P COPY NUMBER CHANGES IN METASTATIC EVENTS

      Cancer research
    93. REARDON DA; MICHALKIEWICZ E; BOYETT JM; SUBLETT JE; ENTREKIN RE; RAGSDALE ST; VALENTINE MB; BEHM FG; LI H; HEIDEMAN RL; KUN LE; SHAPIRO DN
      EXTENSIVE GENOMIC ABNORMALITIES IN CHILDHOOD MEDULLOBLASTOMA BY COMPARATIVE GENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION

      Cancer research
    94. HOARE SF; FREEMAN CA; COUTTS JC; VARLEY JM; JAMES L; KEITH WN
      IDENTIFICATION OF GENETIC CHANGES ASSOCIATED WITH DRUG-RESISTANCE BY REVERSE IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION

      British Journal of Cancer
    95. KONTOGEORGOS G; KOVACS K
      FISHING CHROMOSOMES IN ENDOCRINOLOGY

      Endocrine
    96. KORN WM; WEGHUIS DEMO; SUIJKERBUIJK RF; SCHMIDT U; OTTO T; DUMANOIR S; VANKESSEL AG; HARSTRICK A; SEEBER S; BECHER R
      DEFECTION OF CHROMOSOMAL DNA GAINS AND LOSSES IN TESTICULAR GERM-CELLTUMORS BY COMPARATIVE GENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION

      Genes, chromosomes & cancer
    97. SCHUTZ BR; SCHEURLEN W; KRAUSS J; DUMANOIR S; JOOS S; BENTZ M; LICHTER P
      MAPPING OF CHROMOSOMAL GAINS AND LOSSES IN PRIMITIVE NEUROECTODERMAL TUMORS BY COMPARATIVE GENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION

      Genes, chromosomes & cancer
    98. RIED T; KNUTZEN R; STEINBECK R; BLEGEN H; SCHROCK E; HESELMEYER K; DUMANOIR S; AUER G
      COMPARATIVE GENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION REVEALS A SPECIFIC PATTERN OF CHROMOSOMAL GAINS AND LOSSES DURING THE GENESIS OF COLORECTAL TUMORS

      Genes, chromosomes & cancer
    99. JAMES L; VARLEY J
      PREPARATION, LABELING AND DETECTION OF DNA FROM ARCHIVAL TISSUE-SECTIONS SUITABLE FOR COMPARATIVE GENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION

      Chromosome research
    100. WEBER RG; SABEL M; REIFENBERGER J; SOMMER C; OBERSTRASS J; REIFENBERGER G; KIESSLING M; CREMER T
      CHARACTERIZATION OF GENOMIC ALTERATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH GLIOMA PROGRESSION BY COMPARATIVE GENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION

      Oncogene


ASDD Area Sistemi Dipartimentali e Documentali, Università di Bologna, Catalogo delle riviste ed altri periodici
Documento generato il 25/01/21 alle ore 16:23:11