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O’Keefe C.L., Griffin D.K., Bean C.J., Matera A.G. and Hassold T.J.  (1997).  Alphoid variant-specific FISH probes can distinguish autosomal meiosis I from meiosis II non-disjunction in human sperm.  Human Genetics 101: 61-66.

O’Keefe C.L., Warburton P.E. and Matera A.G.  (1996). Oligonucleotide probes for alpha satellite DNA variants can distinguish homologous chromosomes by FISH.  Human Molecular Genetics5: 1793-1799.

Matera A.G., Tycowski K.T., Steitz J.A. and Ward D.C. (1994).  Organization of small nucleolar ribonucleoproteins (snoRNPs) by fluorescence in situ hybridization and immunocytochemistry.  Molecular Biology of the Cell  5: 1289-1299.

Haaf T., Matera A.G., Wienberg J. and Ward D.C. (1995).  Presence and abundance of CENP-B box sequences in Great Ape subsets of primate-specific alpha-satellite DNA. Journal of Molecular Evolution41: 487-491.

Matera A.G., Baldini A. and Ward D.C. (1993c).  An oligonucleotide probe specific to the centromeric region of human chromosome 5. Genomics18: 729-31.

Matera A.G.and Ward D.C. (1993a).  Nucleoplasmic organization of small nuclear ribonucleoproteins in cultured human cells. Journal of Cell Biology 121: 715-727.

Stallings R.L., Doggett N.A., Okumura K., Matera A.G. and Ward D.C.  (1993).  Are Repetitive DNA Sequences Involved with Leukemia Chromosome Breakpoints?, in Genome Analysis Vol. 7:  Genome Rearrangement and Stability, pp. 59-78, K. Davies and S. Warren (eds.), Cold Spring Harbor Press, NY.

Matera A.G.and Ward D.C. (1992).  Oligonucleotide probes for the analysis of specific repetitive DNA sequences by fluorescence in situhybridization.  Human Molecular Genetics 1: 535-539.