Applications of Matrix-CGH (Array-CGH) for Genomic Research and Clinical Diagnostics

  • Carsten Schwaenena
  • Michelle Nesslinga
  • Bernhard Radlwimmera
  • Swen Wessendorf
  • Peter Lichtera
Part of the Biological and Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering book series (BIOMEDICAL)


Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia Comparative Genomic Hybridization Williams Syndrome Chromosomal Imbalance Genomic Imbalance 
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  • Carsten Schwaenena
  • Michelle Nesslinga
  • Bernhard Radlwimmera
  • Swen Wessendorf
  • Peter Lichtera

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