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The nucleus is counterstained with DAPI. The centromere signals are seen as red and green dots. The following characteristics of the nuclear are shown: r is the distance from the nuclear mass center (MC) to the center of the signal, R is radius passing through the center of the signal to the nuclear edge; L is the distance between centromeres; α—is the angle between the signals of two centromeres. We determined relative distance of the centromere (RDC) as r/R for each signal. The distance (L) between all pairs of signals and angels (alfa) were also measured.

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current17:13, 5 April 2015Thumbnail for version as of 17:13, 5 April 2015973 × 980 (530 KB)Z3415779 (talk | contribs)The nucleus is counterstained with DAPI. The centromere signals are seen as red and green dots. The following characteristics of the nuclear are shown: r is the distance from the nuclear mass center (MC) to the center of the signal, R is radius passing...

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