Fluorescent Male Sex Chromatin in White Blood Cells
AbstractBy applying their technic to identify the Y male fluorescent body in white blood cells, the authors have shown that the screening of a small number of cells is sufficient to permit an accurate diagnosis of the Y sex chromatin in blood smears. Obviously this is an important observation for use in clinical diagnosis.
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