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missegregation and micronuclei formation were significantly elevated in most PTA clones (Figure 2A) but not in the tetraploid line (Figure 2A). In agreement with previous work (Nicholson et al , 2015), the trisomic clones showed similar aberrations, albeit to a lesser extent (Supplemental Figure S2B). Furthermore, we observed an increase of structural aberrations in PTA lines and, consistent with earlier work (Kuznetsova et al 3
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2015; Passerini et al, 2016) also in trisomic clones (Figure 2B).…”
Quantitative proteomic and phosphoproteomic comparison of human colon cancer DLD-1 cells differing in ploidy and chromosome stability
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