@ARTICLE{TsitGenRu1072,
author = {РљСѓР»РµС€РѕРІ, Рќ., Рџ. and РЎРёРјРѕРЅСЏРЅ, Р?., Р’.},
title = {[Р”РёР°РіРЅРѕСЃС‚РёРєР° РјРѕР·Р°РёС‡РЅС‹С… С„РѕСЂРј Р°РЅРѕРјР°Р»РёР№ РєР°СЂРёРѕС‚РёРїР° РІ РєР»РёРЅРёРєРѕ-С†РёС‚РѕРіРµРЅРµС‚РёС‡РµСЃРєРёС… РёСЃСЃР»РµРґРѕРІР°РЅРёСЏС…].},
journal = {Цитология и генетика },
year = {1987},
volume = {21},
pages = {60--63},
number = {1},
abstract = {Mosaicism cases have been statistically analyzed with the aim to develop a general scheme of the cytogenetic study. Using the Bernoulli formula it is shown that when P = 0.95 and proportion of clones is 10:90% and more 29 cells should be initially analyzed. If all the cells are of the same chromosomal constitution (m = 0) the mosaicism is rejected. Mosaicism is highly probable when m = 4 and more among n = 29. When m = 1, 2 or 3 the number of cells should be increased to 44 in accordance with calculations by the formula: 1----Cnm.pm.(1----p)n--m = P.},
}