Published Online: 1976
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In this book the author explores the use of the quinacrine fluorochrome in forensic medicine. Caspersson has already indicated that homologue differences might be a personal identifying feature. The author discusses this aspect of cytogenetics and points to the difficulties, mostly of a technical nature.
Chairman, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, D.C.,
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