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Meiosis and Mitosis (2014)
Biochemistry, Physiology, Morphology by Jean Brachet, Alfred E. Mirsky
Chromosomal Aberrations The question of chromosome breakage and chromosome aberrations is a large subject (cf. Symposium, 1952); it is related to our problem only in the sense that the mitotic apparatus “sees” only the kinetochores and ...
Theory and Applications : Proceedings of the International Conference 25-28 September 2000, Lausanne, Switzerland by Jean-Marc Fournier
The imaging and visualisation of phase objects, wavefront disturbances and phase aberrations is a subject of considerable interest in optics [1-7]. In general, since a phase disturbance can not be directly viewed, a method must be sought to ...
Medical BioMethods Handbook (2005)
by John M. Walker, Ralph Rapley
One major advantage of fluorescence over nonfluorescent labels to study genetic aberrations is that multiply-labeled probes can be applied simultaneously ...
by Nick Wilkinson, Matthias Klaes
One interpretation of MSE that is commonly favored in terms of explaining the observed aberrations is that players do not need to actually randomize with perfection, as long as other players cannot guess what they will do. This implies that ...
The Centrosome (2012)
Cell and Molecular Mechanisms of Functions and Dysfunctions in Disease by Heide Schatten
Conceptually, the simplest mechanism of aneuploidy to arise from centrosome aberrations is that multipolar mitoses occur through the formation of multiple spindle poles and cause aneuploidy through unequal distribution of chromosomes ...
Contact Lens Practice (2010)
by Nathan Efron
off-axis aberrations is a major design aim. Since for primary spherical aberration, the wavefront aberration varies with the fourth power of the radius in the pupil and the change in zonal power with the square of the radius, the greatest optical ...
by Ronald G. Driggers
Aberrations. Virendra N. Mahajan The Aerospace Corporation, El Segundo, California, U.S.A. Pantazis Z. Mouroulis California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California, U.S.A. INTRODUCTION Starting with a brief introduction to Gaussian ...
Encyclopedia of Cancer (2008)
by Manfred Schwab
Fluorescence in Situ Hybridization FISH analysis detects the most frequent chromosomal aberrations in CLL in a targeted way. These comprise 13q deletions, trisomy 12, llq deletion, and 17p deletion. The presence of at 17p deletion or of a llq ...
by Guenter Kahl
are such numerical aberrations. frequent trisomy 18: See → chromosome mutation, b.
by Ari Ben-Menahem
Departures from first-order theory are then embodied in the five primary aberrations: spherical aberration, coma, astigmatism, field curvature and distortion ('Seidel aberrations'). The difference between the results of exact ray tracing and the ...
With 213 Tables by Florian Lang
Diagnostic Principles Investigation methods: Chromosome aberrations are nowadays characterized by a combination of conventional banding techniques ( GTG, QFQ, RBA) with molecular-cytogenetic analyses as Fluorescence in situ ...
Furthermore, the highresolution δ 18O data show aberrations, brief (∼10 3–10 5 years) anomalies that stand out well above the ...
by Dipak Basu
The five Seidel aberrations are astigmatism, coma, curvature of field, distortion, and spherical aberration. abrupt junction A diode junction in which the dopant level or material type changes abruptly at the junction. A diode is formed at the ...
by Nicholas D. Spencer, John H. Moore
Modern developments of instruments affecting image contrast and resolution As was discussed above, the image contrast is significantly affected by the aberrations of the electron-optical lenses. The discussion on the CTF showed ...
A Dictionary of Genetics (2013)
by Robert C. King, Pamela Mulligan, William Stansfield
Chromosomal aberrations can arise spontaneously or be induced experimentally . Intrachromosomal or homosomal aberrations involve changes that occur in but one chromosome. Such aberrations include deficiencies and duplications that ...
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