chromosomal aberration

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The aim of this study was to evaluate the mutagenicity of herbicide glyphosate (Roundup Full II[R]) by testing chromosomal aberrations in fish (Prochilodus lineatus).
Chromosomal 12 (9) 38 (28) abnormality cases with ultrasound diagnoses (a) Cases with 10 (4) 91 (32) malformations identified on prenatal ultrasound diagnoses Total 22 (6) 129 (31) (a) Ultrasound findings were available for 135 of the 170 chromosomal aberration cases, with clinicopathologic correlation completed for these cases.
MN assay provide information as a simple bioindicator for chromosomal aberrations not available from other methods: (i) the consolidated effect of a variety of environmental stresses on the health of an organism, population, community, and ecosystem (ii) warning of harmful effects to human health based on the responses of wildlife to pollution, and (iii) the effectiveness of remediation efforts in decontaminating waterways (Villela et al.
Data were expressed as Mean [+ or -] SEM for micronucleus assay and comet assay, and Mean [+ or -] SD for chromosomal aberration assay.
Enhanced ultraviolet-B (UV-B) radiation causes chromosomal aberrations and abnormal microtubule arrays in wheat (Triticum aestivum) root cells.
Results: Mancozeb exposure (5 pg/ml) for 24h caused significant induction of chromosomal aberrations (CAs) and micronudei (MN) formation in CHLs.
Scoring MN in interphase nuclei is technically easier and faster than scoring of chromosomal aberration in metaphase nuclei [27].
Pure Imidazole exposed BMSCs cell culture system showed a slight genotoxic effect on the cells as assessed by chromosomal aberration and DNA damage.
In a human melanoma cell line (HMB-2) quercetin reduced the frequency of chromosomal aberrations induced by [H.
The spontaneous frequency of chromosomal aberrations and sister-chromatid exchanges in cultured peripheral lymphocytes of a single blood donor sampled more than 200 times.
The data obtained from proximate and metal analyses, as well as the root lengths, mitotic indices and frequency of chromosomal aberrations of the treated groups and the control were compared using one way analysis of variance (ANOVA) and Duncan's multiple range test.
Some patients with the chromosomal aberration are entirely normal or only marginally affected.
Those oocytes irradiated at the beginning of the cycle exhibited a low frequency of chromosomal aberration (3.
For example, the extent of gross chromosomal aberration in barley, i.
30) The finding of more than a single chromosomal aberration in Spitz nevi is exceedingly rare.