Definitions

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  • Generating or developing cells; cytogenous; relating to cytogenesis.

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to the origin and development of cells

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  • adjective of or relating to cytogenetics

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  • Journal. 2 These discoveries were made possible by a technologic revolution in human cytogenetics: genomewide assessment of copy-number alterations (deletions and duplications) by means of high-density array technologies, hereafter referred to as cytogenetic arrays.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Journal. 2 These discoveries were made possible by a technologic revolution in human cytogenetics: genomewide assessment of copy-number alterations (deletions and duplications) by means of high-density array technologies, hereafter referred to as cytogenetic arrays.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Journal. 2 These discoveries were made possible by a technologic revolution in human cytogenetics: genomewide assessment of copy-number alterations (deletions and duplications) by means of high-density array technologies, hereafter referred to as cytogenetic arrays.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Journal. 2 These discoveries were made possible by a technologic revolution in human cytogenetics: genomewide assessment of copy-number alterations (deletions and duplications) by means of high-density array technologies, hereafter referred to as cytogenetic arrays.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Journal. 2 These discoveries were made possible by a technologic revolution in human cytogenetics: genomewide assessment of copy-number alterations (deletions and duplications) by means of high-density array technologies, hereafter referred to as cytogenetic arrays.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Journal. 2 These discoveries were made possible by a technologic revolution in human cytogenetics: genomewide assessment of copy-number alterations (deletions and duplications) by means of high-density array technologies, hereafter referred to as cytogenetic arrays.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Journal. 2 These discoveries were made possible by a technologic revolution in human cytogenetics: genomewide assessment of copy-number alterations (deletions and duplications) by means of high-density array technologies, hereafter referred to as cytogenetic arrays.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Journal. 2 These discoveries were made possible by a technologic revolution in human cytogenetics: genomewide assessment of copy-number alterations (deletions and duplications) by means of high-density array technologies, hereafter referred to as cytogenetic arrays.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • So that put these cytogenetic observations onto a molecular footing.

    Elizabeth H. Blackburn - Interview

  • That is what drove me to the semi-meiotic hypothesis (SMH) as the only conceivable way that a new species could appear in a single cytogenetic step.

    Behe, Common Descent, & UD

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