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Imaging the Cancer Genome: High Resolution Microscopy and Quantitative Analyses

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To probe the biophysical properties of interphase chromosomes involved in cancer development, we are using a mouse lymphoma model and combining genetic analyses with high-resolution 4Pi microscopy and innovative new image analysis algorithms.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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