Meaning of cytogenetic in English:


Pronunciation /ˌsʌɪtə(ʊ)dʒəˈnɛtɪk/



See cytogenetics

‘Chromosomal damage can be assessed by the cytogenetic analysis of chromosomes at metaphase.’
  • ‘In vivo cytogenetic studies suggested the induction of chromosome damage in Chinese hamster bone marrow cells.’
  • ‘Ultrastructure and cytogenetic studies indicate that the rhabdoid cells have a similar origin to those of classic clear tumor cells.’
  • ‘As predicted by Jacobs as early as 1961, an increase in chromosomal instability is a cytogenetic feature of chronological ageing in humans.’
  • ‘Because of an insufficient number of mitoses, conventional cytogenetic analysis was unsuccessful.’