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      By application of the “centroid” method of Barton, David and Merrington to a number of H3-thymidine radioautographs, it was determined that the human late-replicatingX chromosome lies towards the periphery of the metaphase in a significant number of cases. Further, in agreement with earlier findings by other authors, the centromeres of chromosomes 1, 2 and 3 were found to lie closer together than is to be expected on a random hypothesis.

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      H. Sharat Chandra1 A. K. Anantha Narayana1 V. V. Buche2 D. A. Hungerford3

      1. Institute for Genetic Studies, 230 Twelfth Cross, Wilson Gardens, Bangalore-27, India
      2. Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore-25
      3. The Institute for Cancer Research, 7701, Burholme Avenue, Fox Chase, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - 19111, USA
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