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The frequency of sex chromatin occurring in cell nuclei of internal organs determined by the smear method






Zeitschrift fuer Rechtsmedizin 76(1): 27-30

The frequency of sex chromatin occurring in cell nuclei of internal organs determined by the smear method

The frequency of sex chromatin occurring in cell nuclei of 12 organs from 25 male and female corpses was determined using the smear method. It was about 60% in the case of female corpses and about 6% in the case of male corpses.


Accession: 006680150

PMID: 766492



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