G banding

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G banding

A method of identifying the different members of a haploid set of metaphase chromosomes by means of staining that reveals their individual pattern of stripes.

G banding

a method of treating chromosomes with Giemsa stain to show areas of the chromosomes with light and heavy staining. Such patterns are different for each chromosome type and thus are most useful when arranging chromosomes in KARYOTYPE analysis.
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Chromosome analysis was done by metaphase chromosome banding using conventional Giemsa banding technique.
The trypsin Giemsa banding technique was used to analyze and categorize the chromosomes of 20 metaphase cells according to the International System for Human Cytogenetic Nomenclature (ISCN 2016).
The slides were stained using G-bands via trypsin using Giemsa banding technique.
Methods: We used Giemsa banding and multiplex fluorescence in situ hybridization focusing on the human lung adenocarcinoma cell line OM to analyze its chromosome alterations.
The traditional Giemsa banding (G-banding) technique is applied to detect cell sample with a higher mitotic index, but lung cancer cells have a lower mitotic index,[sup][4] which makes karyotypic analysis difficult.
(16) Our results are comparable with previously published limited data on a small number of hepatic metastatic lesions that were evaluated by Giemsa banding (22,23) or comparative genomic hybridization (Table 3).
Identification of individual chromosomes pairs by Giemsa banding in Lohi sheep.
Using Giemsa banding techniques, 20 metaphase cells were examined and all of them contained an extra chromosome 21(trisomy 21).