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1. Ultrastructural cytochemical analyses of nuclear functional architecture


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2. Fine Structural Cytochemical Analysis of Homologous Chromosome Recognition, Alignment, and Pairing in Guinea Pig Spermatogonia and Spermatocytes1

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3. Visualization of nuclear organization by ultrastructural cytochemistry.


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4. The perichromatin region: A functional compartment in the nucleus that determines large-scale chromatin folding.


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5. Sites of Replication of Chromosomal DNA in a Eukaryotic Cell

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6. High resolution analysis of interphase chromosome domains


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7. Organisation structurale du noyau et de microtubules de cellules de mammifères observés par cryo-microscopie électronique de sections hydratées


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8. The bladder wall under extreme stress condition: ultrastructural observations in a hibernating mammal.


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9. Spatial organization of nucleotide excision repair proteins after UV-induced DNA damage in the human cell nucleus


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10. Nucleolar distribution of proteins B23 and nucleolin in mouse preimplantation embryos as visualized by immunoelectron microscopy


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