Degradation of Polymers by C.H. Bamford and C.F.H. Tipper (Eds.)

By C.H. Bamford and C.F.H. Tipper (Eds.)

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Ionizing radiation has long been known to produce chromosome breakage in many different organisms, and it has even become possible recently, by enumerating chromosome lesions in cultured lymphocytes from the peripheral blood, to make rough estimates of radiation dose in some exposed humans. Ionizing radiation is also a potent carcinogen, and it has been suggested that in some instances tumor induction may be mediated through direct damage to the genome, as indicated by visible chromosome lesions.

1965, Abnormal length of the small acrocentric chromosomes in chronic lymphocytic leukemia, Cancer Res. 25:1094 FITZGERALD, P. , CROSSEN, P. , ADAMS, A. , SHARMAN,C. , AND GUNZ, F. , 1966, Chromosome studies in familial leukemia, J. Med. Genet. 3:96. FITZGERALD, P. , CROSSEN, P. , AND HAMER, J. , 1973, Abnormal karyotypic clones in human acute leukemia: Their nature and significance, Cancer 31:1069. FORD, C. , 1966, The use of chromosome markers, in: Tissue Grafting and Radiation (H. Micklem and J.

In some cases, very stable chromosome patterns have emerged after a number of passages and subsequently persisted for years; in other tumor lines, variants have continued to appear. These phenomena have been well illustrated in cytogenetic studies of the Morris hepatomas, a series of transplantable rat liver tumors induced by chemical agents and generally selected for their high degree of differentiation and slow growth. In a few of these neoplasms, the cells were diploid when first studied, and the development of predominant aneuploid clones was not observed until later generations.

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