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Publications by Zimmer, J.

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Journal article

Wedi, E.; Müller, S.; Neusser, M.; Vogt, P. H.; Tkachenko, O. Y.; Zimmer, J.; Smeets, D.; Michelmann, H. W.; Nayudu, P. L. (2017): Detection of cross-sex chimerism in the common marmoset monkey (Callithrix jacchus) in interphase cells using fluorescence in situ hybridisation probes specific for the marmoset X and Y chromosomes. In: Reproduction Fertility and Development, Vol. 29, No. 5: pp. 913-920

Cremer, Christoph; Cremer, Thomas; Zorn, Christian; Zimmer, J. (1981): Induction of chromosome shattering by ultraviolet light and caffeine. Comparison of whole cell and partial cell irradiation. In: Mutation Research, Vol. 84, No. 2: pp. 331-348 [PDF, 1MB]

Zorn, Christian; Cremer, Christoph; Cremer, Thomas; Zimmer, J. (1979): Unscheduled DNA synthesis after partial UV irradiation of the cell nucleus. Distribution in interphase and metaphase. In: Experimental Cell Research, Vol. 124: pp. 111-119 [PDF, 1MB]

Cremer, Thomas; Zorn, Christian; Cremer, Christoph; Zimmer, J. (1976): Formation of viable cell fragments by treatment with colchicine. In: Experimental Cell Research, Vol. 100: pp. 345-355 [PDF, 4MB]

Zorn, Christian; Cremer, Thomas; Cremer, Christoph; Zimmer, J. (1976): Laser-UV-microirradiation of interphase nuclei and posttreatment with caffeine: a new approach to establish the arrangement of interphase chromosomes. In: Human Genetics, Vol. 35: pp. 83-89 [PDF, 1MB]

Conference or Workshop Item

Cremer, Thomas; Cremer, Christoph; Zimmer, J.; Zorn, Christian (1980): UV-micro-irradiation of Chinese hamster cells and posttreatment with caffeine: Indication for clastogenic effects remote from the irradiation site. The International Society for Research in Frontiers of Medicine "IGEGM" International Symposium, Mai 1978, Tel-Aviv.

Zorn, Christian; Cremer, Christoph; Cremer, Thomas; Zimmer, J. (1977): Laser-uv-microirradiation (1= 257 nm) of Chinese hamster cells: evidence of uv-induced chromosome aberrations which do not originate at the sites of photolesions in the chromatin. Symposium Lasers in Medicine and Biology, 22. - 25. Juni 1977, Neuherberg. [PDF, 1MB]

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