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Jaroslav Cervenka - bibliography

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American oral scientist, The University of Minnesota School of Dentistry.


  • J. Cervenka and Lucien Koulischer, edited by Robert J. Gorlin:
    Chromosomes in human cancer.
    Springfield, Illinois, Thomas, 1973. 203 pages and 24 illustrations.
  • Garry, F.V., Griffith, J., Danzl, J.J., Nelson, R.L., Wharton, E.B., Krueger, L.A., and Cervenka, J:
    Human genotoxicity: pesticide applicators and phosphine.
    Science, Washington, 1989, 246:251-255.
  • L. O. Langer, Jr., J. Cervenka, and M. Camargo:
    A severe autosomal recessive acromesomelic dysplasia, the Hunter-Thompson type, and comparison with the Grebe type.
    Human Gentics, Berlin, 1989, 81: 323-328.
  • Oguro, J. Cervenka, and K. Horii:
    Effect of sodium fluoride on human diploid cells in tissue culture: c chromosomal ploidy and breakage.
    Pharmacology and Toxicology, Copenhagen, 1990, 67: 411-414.
  • K. Kurvink, and J. Cervenka:
    Acrocentric prophasing in bromodeoxyuridine incorporated chromosomes.
    Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics, 1990, 50: 265-271.
  • J. Siroky, and J. Cervenka:
    Hybridization frequencies of different mammalian celltypes by electrofusion.
    General Physiology and Biophysics, Bratislava, 1990, 9: 489-505.
  • S. Lobo, J. Cervenka, A. London, and M. E. Pierpont:
    Interstitial deletion of 10 q: Clinical features and literature review.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, 1992, 43: 701-703.
  • V. F. Garry, J. Cervenka, et al:
    Chromosome rearrangements in fumigant appliers: Possible relationship to non-Hodgkin's lymphoma risk.
    Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, 1992, 1: 287-291.
  • Oguro, J. Cervenka, and K. Horii:
    Effect of sodium fluoride on chromosome ploidy and breaks in cultured human diploid cells (IMR-90): An evaluation of continuous and short time treatment.
    Pharmacology and Toxicology, Copenhagen, 1995, 76: 292-296.
  • M. Camargo, and J. Cervenka, J. R-banding:
    An Internatl. System for Human Cytogenetic Nomenclature (ISCN).
    F. Mitelman, (editor). S. Karger, Basel, 1995.
  • J. T. Thomas, K. Lin, M. Nandedkar, W. McBride, M. Camargo, J. Cervenka, and F. P. Luyte:
    A human chondrodysplasia due to a mutation in TGF-beta superfamily member.
    Nature Genetics, 1996, 12: 315-317.
  • Herbert Ackland Pohl:
    Dielectrophoresis - the behavior of neutral matter in nonuniform electric fields.
    Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, 1978.
    Pohl first published on dielectrophoresis in the 1950’s.

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