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cell hybridization

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somatic cell hybridization

somatic cell hybridization

Genetic abnormalities detected by comparative genomic hybridization in a human endometriosis-derived cell line

Direct assessment of triploid cells in mosaic human fetuses by fluorescence in-situ hybridization.

High-resolution array comparative genomic hybridization of single micrometastatic tumor cells

Aneuploidy detection in single cells using DNA array‐based comparative genomic hybridization

Biopsied testis cells of four 47,XXY patients: fluorescence in-situ hybridization and ICSI results

Using array hybridization to monitor gene expression at the single cell level

Phylogenetic analysis of multiprobe fluorescence in situ hybridization data from tumor cell populations

Detection of trisomy 12 in CD34+ progenitor cells in a patient with B-cell chronic lymphocytic leukemia by florescence in situ hybridization

Detection of the Integrated Feline Leukemia Viruses in a Cat Lymphoid Tumor Cell Line by Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization

Tracing toluene-assimilating sulfate-reducing bacteria using 13C-incorporation in fatty acids and whole-cell hybridization

Dynamics of biofilm formation in drinking water: phylogenetic affiliation and metabolic potential of single cells assessed by formazan reduction and in situ hybridization

Comparison of viable cell counts and fluorescence in situ hybridization using specific rRNA-based probes for the quantification of human fecal bacteria

Expression profile analysis of genes involved in cell wall regeneration during protoplast culture in cotton by suppression subtractive hybridization and macroarray

Detection of Epstein–Barr virus DNA in virus-infected cells by electron microscopic in situ hybridization

 

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The production of viable hybrid somatic cells following experimentally induced cell fusion (q.v.). In the case of interspecific hybrids, there is a selective elimination of chromosomes belonging to one species during subsequent mitoses. Eventually, cell lines can be produced containing a complete set of chromosomes from one species and a single chromosome from the other. By studying the new gene products synthesized by the hybrid cell line, genes residing in the single chromosome can be identified. See Chronology, 1960, Barski et al., HAT medium, hybridoma, syntenic genes.

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