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one of two identical strands into which a chromosome splits during mitosis

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Ionising radiation induced chromosome type of aberrations in G1, chromatid type of aberrations in G2 and most of the S phase.
Sister chromatid gene conversion is a prominent double-strand break repair pathway in mammalian cells.
Since both types of chromatid segregation produce similar results, very
ADAPTATION OF THE LYMPHOCYTE CULTURE TECHNIQUE OF ALPACAS AND LAMAS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF SISTER CHROMATID EXCHANGE (SCE)
Earlier studies of the antimutagenic activity of green tea were to be effective in reduction chromosomal aberrations (CAs), micronucleated polychromatic erythrocytes, sister chromatid exchange (SCEs), gene forward mutation induced by various chemicals in both in vitro and in vivo system (Bhattacharya& Girl, 2012; Ito et al.
Relative efficiency of Phyllantus emblica fruit extract and ascorbic acid in modifying lead and aluminiuminduced sister chromatid exchanges in mouse bonemarrow.
Types of structural chromosomal aberrations were classified into following groups: chromatid breaks (ctb) chromosome breaks (csb), chromatid and chromosomal gap (ctg) The final results were judged as follows: negative (-) if the frequency of aberrant cells was <5%, inconclusive ([+ or -]) if [greater than or equal to]5 % but <10 % and positive (+) if [greater than or equal to] 10 %.
Effects of sevofluorane on cell division and levels of sister chromatid exchange.
In each chromosome, the dark stained areas where the SCE regions skip from one chromatid to the other were accepted as 1 change.
Dimethoate is reported to provoke an increase in sister chromatid exchange (SCE) frequency in toadfish lymphocytes in vitro, in a concentration-dependent fashion [5] and in mammalian cell cultures [6].
Evaluation of Ribavirin genotoxicity with sister chromatid exchange and micronuclei assays in humans.
Among the topics are dormant replication origins, break-induced DNA replication, the mini-chromosome maintenance replicative helicase, the spatial and temporal organization of DNA replication in bacteria and eukarya, DNA replication timing, replication-fork dynamics, sister chromatid cohesion, translesion DNA polymerases, rescuing stalled or damaged replication forks, genome instability in cancer, regulating DNA replication in plants, endoreplication, the archaeology of eukaryotic DNA replication, human mitochondrial DNA replication, whether human papillomavirus infections are warts or cancer, and adenovirus DNA replication.
Citation: "Chromosome-specific nonrandom sister chromatid segregation during stem-cell division"; Swathi Yadlapalli, Yukiko M.
Furthermore, some authors have examined the sister chromatid exchange (SCE) frequencies in BD patients to understand the genetic mechanism.
Chromosome aberrations and sister chromatid exchanges in insects of lead polluted.