cytogeneticist


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cy·to·ge·net·ics

 (sī′tō-jə-nĕt′ĭks)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
The branch of genetics that deals with the cellular components, particularly chromosomes, that are associated with heredity.

cy′to·ge·net′ic, cy′to·ge·net′i·cal adj.
cy′to·ge·net′i·cal·ly adv.
cy′to·ge·net′i·cist (-sĭst) n.
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Noun1.cytogeneticist - a geneticist who specializes in the cellular components associated with heredity
geneticist - a biologist who specializes in genetics
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Mohit Bhardwaj, PhD Lead Cytogeneticist, CORE Diagnostics.
Jordanian cytogeneticist Sadeem Qdaisat, 29, aims to save lives with a machine that streamlines the process of genetic testing, while Nizar Chelly, a 32-year-old Tunisian doctoral student, will develop a phone robotic platform auto scanner.
Acknowledgments: We thank Mitera Hospital, Athens, Greece, for recruiting participants for this study during the period 2009-2013.We also thank Jacqueline Donoghue-Nadalis, cytogeneticist, for her valuable comments and suggestions.
We have one current job opening available for a cytogeneticist. There are no cytogenetics training programs here in the state of Utah, so our challenge with that is trying to convince one of the few cytogeneticists in the country to relocate here to Utah.
"This definitely suggests a role for rare variations in autism," says Charles Lee, a clinical cytogeneticist at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, both in Boston.
Nobel Prize-winning cytogeneticist Barbara McClintock, who studied corn for many decades, offered insights that may yet prove helpful in deciphering the origin and history of corn.
While Hawkins and her team are busy in the field, cytogeneticist Anne Maree Pearse has been leading a group of pathologists in Launceston searching for the disease's cause.
She really taught me there are great things out there; you just have to go find them."Another strong support has been her husband, Nicholas, a cytogeneticist whom she met eight years ago after placing a personal ad in the Penny Saver.
219) Or consider the words of 1983 Nobel Laureate cytogeneticist Barbara McClintock, who said, "I start with a seedling, and I don't want to leave it ...
Emil Sebesta, the USDA cytogeneticist at Oklahoma State University, crossed 'Pavon 76' with irradiated pollen of the Blue Baart x Norco line.
The judge found that traces of the abnormality were probably visible at the time and should have been identified by a 'reasonably competent cytogeneticist' in the laboratory.