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Figure 5 | Molecular Cytogenetics

Figure 5

From: Individual karyotypes at the origins of cervical carcinomas

Figure 5

Karyotypes of the normal human female (A) and the cervical carcinomas HT-3 (B) and CaSki (C). The comparisons show that both carcinomas and the normal female had each distinct individual karyotypes. The karyotypes differed in their total chromosome numbers, the copy numbers of most intact chromosomes and in carcinoma-specific hybrid or marker chromosomes. The chromosomes were color-coded as described in Methods.

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