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C. CYTOCENETIC STUDIES By studying chromosomal (cytogenetic) alterations in breast carcinomas, important starting points can be obtained for further, more detailed analysis involving the cloning of genes. , 1988). For most solid tumors, including breast carcinomas, it is difficult to obtain direct chromosome preparations of sufficient quality for a detailed chromosome analysis; it is also difficult to maintain breast carcinoma cells in tissue culture. As a result, a full analysis of all chromosomes has been obtained only for a limited number of breast cancers.
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