By Herbert E. Spiegel
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Chromosome structure and terminology. 1 stands for chromosome I , arm q, region 2, band 1, subband 1 . formation arrests the dividing lymphocytes in metaphase. The cells in metaphase are immersed in hypotonic saline to osmotically swell the cells, which are then fixed in methano1:acetic acid. The chromosomal preparations are manipulated to disperse the chromosomes, air dried, and stained. The selected cells are photographed under a microscope, and individual chromosomes from photographs of a single cell are arranged in pairs to form a karyotype.
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Advances in Clinical Chemistry, Vol. 32 by Herbert E. Spiegel