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  • adverb By means of cytology


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  • Sturtevant went on to provide critical evidence, purely from breeding results, that inversions do occur; it was only later that inversions were observed cytologically.

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  • The stages of estrous can be easily distinguished cytologically, with nucleated smears during proestrus, cornified smears during estrus, and leukocytic smears during diestrus.

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  • A previous study by the same researchers reported a gene expression biomarker capable of distinguishing cytologically normal bronchial airway epithelial cells from smokers with and without lung cancer, serving as an early diagnostic biomarker for lung cancer.



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