Published in Cancer Weekly, September 18th, 1995
The technique can be applied to the detection of abnormalities that are common in human diseases, and commercial products employing the technique are already on the market.
The technique simplifies the detection of missing, extra or abnormally rearranged genes in individual cells, as well as the identification of missing or extra pieces of chromosomes. Such additions and deletions of genes or chromosomes are commonly present...
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