Studies on the chromosomes of diploid Hirosaki sarcoma proliferated from a single cell

Narita, N.

Hirosaki Med Jour 15(1): 149-156

1963


Accession: 025574273

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Abstract
The chromosomes of diploid Hirosaki sarcoma are studied through successive transplantations covering 116 generations. The number of chromosomes varied widely, showing a normal curve with the peak at about 37. Morphological analysis of the chromosomes revealed that the chromosome complex consisted mostly of rod-shaped chromosomes. Large V-shaped chromosomes were found in 2239% of the tumor cells examined.