1987) was followed in the preparation of chromosome aberration
Simultaneous micronucleus and chromosome aberration
assessment in the rat.
1996) found that there was a significant increase in the frequency of chromosome aberrations
in peripheral blood lymphocytes of workers occupationally exposed to a mixture of pesticides.
48 per cent chromosome abnormalities including novel chromosome aberrations
in MDS patients and these chromosome aberrations
were increased with advancing age.
Pollutants with mutagenic and cytotoxic potentials produce effects such as DNA fragmentation, induction of chromosome aberrations
, inhibition of cellular division, and arrest of the cellular cycle, that can be cytologically detected (Grant, 1999; Evseeva et al.
Cancer risk in humans predicted by increased levels of chromosome aberrations
in lymphocytes: Nordic Study Group on the Health Risk of Chromosome Damage.
Follow up study of chromosome aberrations
in lymphocytes in hospital workers exposed to low levels of ionizing radiation.
Adjustment for tobacco use and cigarette smoking status had little impact on the analysis of the association between 2,4-D levels and chromosome aberration
test for the insecticide dichlorvoson on fish chromosomes.
Pharmaceutical effluent induced chromosome aberration
in rat bone marrow cells.
malabaricus as evaluated using the comet assay and the piscine micronucleus and chromosome aberration
ECVAM's management team concluded that the in vitro micronucleus test is reliable and relevant and can be used as an alternative to the in vitro chromosome aberration