Polyploidy, Liver, Rat

  • Matthew J. van Zwieten
  • Carel F. Hollander
Part of the Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals book series (LABORATORY, volume 3)

Abstract

Polyploidy cannot be observed grossly.

Synonyms

Increased ploidy level nuclear hypertrophy binucleation 

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  • Matthew J. van Zwieten
  • Carel F. Hollander

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