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Application of a plant test system in the identification of potential genetic hazards at chemical waste sites /
Bleomycin Effects on Mouse Meiotic Chromosomes.
Effects of Acrylamide on Mouse Germ-Line and Somatic Cell Chromosomes.
Genotoxicity of Inhibitors of DNA Topoisomerases I (Camptothecin) and II (m-AMSA) In vivo and In vitro.
Meiotic Origin of Aneuploidy: An Overview.
Sister Chromatid Exchange and Chromosome Aberration Analyses in Mice After In vivo Exposure to Acrylonitrile, Styrene, or Butadiene Monoxide.
Stage-Specific Damage to Synaptonemal Complexes and Metaphase Chromosomes Induced by X Rays in Male Mouse Germ Cells.
Synaptonemal Complex Analysis in Genetic Toxicology.
Synaptonemal Complex Analysis of Mutagen Effects on Meiotic Chromosome Structure and Behavior.
Synaptonemal Complex Damage as a Measure of Genotoxicity at Meiosis.
Synaptonemal Complex Damage in Relation to Meiotic Chromosome Aberrations after Exposure of Male Mice to Cyclophosphamide (Journal Version).
Synaptonemal Complex Damage Induced by Clastogenic and Anti-Mitotic Chemicals: Implications for Non-Disjunction and Aneuploidy (Journal Version).
Tumorigenesis and Genotoxicity of Ethyl Carbamate and Vinyl Carbamate in Rodent Cells.
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