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Kolluri, Rukmini V. and Manuelidis, L. and Sait, Sheila and Cremer, Thomas and Gezer, Sefer and Raza, Azra (1990): Detection of monosomy 7 in interphase cells of patients with myeloid disorders. In: American journal of hematology, Vol. 33, No. 2: pp. 117-122
Cremer, Thomas and Tesin, D. and Hopman, Anton H. N. and Manuelidis, L. (1988): Rapid interphase and metaphase assessment of specific chromosomal changes in neuroectodermal tumor cells by in situ hybridization with chemically modified DNA probes. In: Experimental Cell Research, Vol. 176, No. 2: pp. 199-220
Lichter, Peter and Cremer, Thomas and Borden, J. and Manuelidis, L. and Ward, D. C. (1988): Delineation of individual human chromosomes in metaphase and interphase cells by in situ suppression hybridization using recombinant DNA libraries. In: Human Genetics, Vol. 80, No. 3: pp. 224-234
Cremer, Thomas and Lichter, Peter and Borden, J. and Ward, D. C. and Manuelidis, L. (1988): Detection of chromosome aberrations in metaphase and interphase tumor cells by in situ hybridization using chromosome-specific library probes. In: Human Genetics, Vol. 80, No. 3: pp. 235-246
Lichter, Peter and Cremer, Thomas and Tang, C. C. and Watkins, P. C. and Manuelidis, L. and Ward, D. C. (1988): Rapid detection of human chromosome 21 aberrations by in situ hybridization. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vol. 85, No. 24: pp. 9664-9668
Singer, R. H. and Lawrence, J. B. and Langevin, G. L. and Rashtchian, R. N. and Villnave, C. A. and Cremer, Thomas and Tesin, D. and Manuelidis, L. and Ward, D. C. (1987): Double labelling in situ hybridization using non-isotopic and isotopic detection. In: Acta histochemica et cytochemica, Vol. 20: pp. 589-599
Ward, D. C. and Lichter, Peter and Cremer, Thomas and Borden, J. and Manuelidis, L. (1990): Human chromosome specific probes for the analysis of genetic and neoplastic disease. 3. International Congress on Automation and New Technology in Clinical Laboratory, 5. - 8. September 1988, Kobe, Japan.