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Figure 11 | Molecular Cytogenetics

Figure 11

From: Individual karyotypes at the origins of cervical carcinomas

Figure 11

Karyotype array of the cervical carcinoma CaSki. The CaSki array with the attached table shows that the total chromosome number is quasi-clonal at 75±3. The copy numbers of 65-100% of the chromosomes were clonal forming parallel lines in the array. The non-clonal chromosomes included intact chromosomes with near-clonal copy numbers and new non-clonal marker chromosomes found in 19 of 20 cells. Comparison of the karyotype array of CaSki with five carcinomas shown above in Figures 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 shows at a glance that all six carcinomas have distinct individual and clonal karyotypes. Note, about 60 non-clonal marker chromosomes of the 20 karyotypes of CaSki listed in the table are not shown in the graph to allow sufficient resolution for the clonal chromosomes.

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