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Флюоресцентная гибридизация in situ: практическое применение в онкоурологии

https://doi.org/10.17650/1726-9776-2008-4-3-9-15

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С. В. Башкатов
ГУ МРНЦ РАМН
Россия

Отделение лучевого и хирургического лечения урологических заболеваний

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А. В. Севанькаев
ГУ МРНЦ РАМН
Россия

Лаборатория радиационной цитогенетики

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О. Б. Карякин
ГУ МРНЦ РАМН
Россия

Отделение лучевого и хирургического лечения урологических заболеваний

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Г. Ф. Михайлова
ГУ МРНЦ РАМН
Россия

Лаборатория радиационной цитогенетики

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Е. В.  Голуб
ГУ МРНЦ РАМН
Россия

Лаборатория радиационной цитогенетики

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Для цитирования:


Башкатов С.В., Севанькаев А.В., Карякин О.Б., Михайлова Г.Ф., Голуб Е.В. Флюоресцентная гибридизация in situ: практическое применение в онкоурологии. Онкоурология. 2008;4(3):9-15. https://doi.org/10.17650/1726-9776-2008-4-3-9-15

For citation:


Bashkatov S.V., Sevankaev A.V., Karyakin O.B., Mihaylova G.F., Golub Y.V. Fluorescent in situ hybridization: clinical use in oncourology. Cancer Urology. 2008;4(3):9-15. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.17650/1726-9776-2008-4-3-9-15

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