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  • 1
    Call number: 6/M 19.92402
    In: International Association of Geodesy symposia, 149
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: ix, 206 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 978-3-030-12915-6
    Series Statement: International Association of Geodesy Symposia 149
    Language: English
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  • 2
    Call number: 6/M 22.95037
    In: International Association of Geodesy symposia
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: ix, 286 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten
    ISBN: 9783031098567 , 3031098560
    Series Statement: International Association of Geodesy Symposia 152
    Language: English
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  • 3
    Call number: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-09857-4
    Description / Table of Contents: Part I: Reference Systems and Frames -- Towards an International Height Reference Frame Using Clock Networks -- Towards the realization of the International Height Reference Frame (IHRF) in Argentina -- Comparing Vienna CRF solutions to Gaia-CRF2 -- Co-Location of Space Geodetic Techniques: Studies on Intra-Technique Short Baselines -- Status of IGS Reprocessing Activities at GFZ -- A Wavelet-based Outlier Detection and Noise Component Analysis for GNSS Position Time Series -- Part II: Gravity field modelling -- International Combination Service for Time-variable Gravity Fields (COST-G) – Start of operational phase and future perspectives -- LUH-GRACE2018: a new time series of monthly gravity field solutions from GRACE -- A Precise Geoid Model for Africa: AFRgeo2019 -- Part III: Earth rotation and geodynamics -- A first assessment of the corrections for the consistency of the IAU2000 and IAU2006 precession-nutation models -- Report of the IAU/IAG Joint Working Group on Theory of Earth rotation and validation -- Achievements of the first 4 years of the International Geodynamics and Earth Tide Service (IGETS) 2015 – 2019 -- Inter-comparison of ground gravity and vertical height measurements at collocated IGETS stations -- Part IV: Multi-Signal Positioning, Remote Sensing and Applications -- A Benchmarking Measurement Campaign to Support Ubiquitous Localization in GNSS Denied and Indoor Environments -- A method to correct the raw Doppler observations for GNSS velocity determination -- Assessment of a GNSS/INS/Wi-Fi Tight-Integration Method Using Support Vector Machine and Extended Kalman Filter -- Enhancing navigation in difficult environments with low-cost, dual-frequency GNSS PPP and MEMS IMU -- Part V: Monitoring and Understanding the Dynamic Earth with Geodetic Observations -- Water Depletion and Land Subsidence in Iran using Gravity, GNSS, InSAR and Precise Levelling Data -- Past and future sea level changes and land uplift in the Baltic Sea seen by geodetic observations -- Estimation of Lesser Antilles vertical velocity fields using a GNSS-PPP software comparison -- Time variations of the vertical component in Japanese GEONET GNSS sites -- An approximate method to simulate post-seismic deformations in a realistic Earth model -- Geodetic monitoring of the variable surface 1 deformation in Latin America -- Progress in GTEWS ground displacement measurements and tsunami warning -- Part VI: Geodesy for Atmospheric and Hydrospheric Climate Research (IAG, IAMAS, IACS, IAPSO) -- Characterization of the Upper Atmosphere from Neutral and Electron Density Observations -- Tropospheric products from high-level GNSS processing in Latin America -- Can vertical GPS displacements serve as proxies for climate variability in North America? -- Tracking Hurricanes using GPS atmospheric precipitable water vapor field -- Continuous monitoring with a superconducting gravimeter as a proxy for water storage changes in a mountain catchment -- Least-Squares Spectral and Coherency Analysis of the Zenith Total Delay Time Series at SuomiNet Station SA56 (UNB2).
    Description / Table of Contents: This open access book contains 30 peer-reviewed papers based on presentations at the 27th General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG). The meeting was held from July 8 to 18, 2019 in Montreal, Canada, with the theme being the celebration of the centennial of the establishment of the IUGG. The centennial was also a good opportunity to look forward to the next century, as reflected in the title of this volume. The papers in this volume represent a cross-section of present activity in geodesy, and highlight the future directions in the field as we begin the second century of the IUGG. During the meeting, the International Association of Geodesy (IAG) organized one Union Symposium, 6 IAG Symposia, 7 Joint Symposia with other associations, and 20 business meetings. In addition, IAG co-sponsored 8 Union Symposia and 15 Joint Symposia. In total, 3952 participants registered, 437 of them with IAG priority. In total, there were 234 symposia and 18 Workshops with 4580 presentations, of which 469 were in IAG-associated symposia. .
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource(IX, 286 p. 10 illus.)
    Edition: 1st ed. 2023.
    ISBN: 9783031098574
    Series Statement: International Association of Geodesy Symposia 152
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    Call number: 6/M 23.95269
    In: International Association of Geodesy symposia
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: viii, 160 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme
    ISBN: 9783031259029
    Series Statement: International Association of Geodesy Symposia 153
    Language: English
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  • 5
    Call number: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-25902-9
    Description / Table of Contents: Part I: Terrestrial, Shipboard and Airborne Gravimetry -- Measurement of Absolute Gravity and Deflection of the Vertical at Sea -- Multi-scenario Evaluation of the Direct Method in Strapdown Airborne and Shipborne Gravimetry -- Improving Gravity Estimation Accuracy for the GT-2A Airborne Gravimeter Using Spline-Based Gravity Models -- Gravimetric Studies in the Sea of Japan -- About Identification of Instrument Error Parameters for a Gravity Gradiometer -- Numerical Model of Moving-Base Rotating Accelerometer Gravity Gradiometer -- New Algorithm for Gravity Vector Estimation from Airborne Data Using Spherical Scaling Functions -- Results of Astro-measurements of the Deflection of Vertical Using the New Observation Technique -- Observations with gPhone Gravimeter in Moscow -- Part II: Absolute Gravimetry -- On Uncertainties of Laser Interferometric Absolute Ballistic Gravimeters due to Magnetic Effects in the Free-Fall Gravity Measurements -- Evaluation of Systematic Errors in the Compact Absolute Gravimeter TAG-1 for Network Monitoring of Volcanic Activities -- Design of New Launch and Interferometer Systems for the IMGC-02 Absolute Gravimeter -- Twelve Years of High Frequency Absolute Gravity Measurements at the UK’s Space Geodesy Facility: Systematic Signals and Comparison with SLR Heights -- Part III: Relative Gravimetry and Applications -- Studying the Evolution of Resolution Capabilities and Approximation Accuracy of Global Models by Spectral Characteristics -- The Role of Non-tidal Atmospheric Loading in the Task of Gravity Field Estimation by Inter-satellite Measurements -- Formation of Self-consistent Navigational Gravity Maps of Local Areas and Joint Assessment of Their Navigation Quality -- Methods of Bistatic GNSS-radio Altimetry for Determining Height Profile of the Ocean and Their Experimental Verification -- Absolute and Relative Gravity Measurements at Volcanoes: Current State and New Developments Under the NEWTON-g Project -- The Effect of Measurement Preprocessing in the Gravity-Aided Navigation -- Sensitivity of Algorithms for Estimating the Gravity Disturbance Vector to Its Model Uncertainty.
    Description / Table of Contents: This open access volume contains the proceedings of the 5th Symposium on Terrestrial Gravimetry: Static and Mobile Measurements (TG-SMM2019) held in St. Petersburg, Russia, October 1 – 4, 2019. The symposium was hosted by the State Research Center of the Russian Federation Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC and was attended by 75 participants from 15 different countries. 32 oral and 20 poster contributions were presented in four different topical sessions: Terrestrial, shipboard and airborne gravimetry, Absolute gravimetry, Relative gravimetry, gravity networks and applications of gravimetry and Cold atom and superconducting gravimeters, gravitational experiments.
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource(VIII, 160 p. 7 illus.)
    Edition: 1st ed. 2023.
    ISBN: 9783031259029
    Series Statement: International Association of Geodesy Symposia 153
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    Call number: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-29507-2
    Description / Table of Contents: Geometric Reference Frames -- Combined IVS Contribution to the ITRF2020 -- An Experimental Combination of IGS repro3 Campaign’s Orbit Products Using a Variance Component Estimation Strategy -- The Correlations of the Helmert Transformation Parameters as an Additional Auxiliary Diagnostic Tool for Terrestrial Reference Frames Quality Assessment -- Shimosato Co-Location of the SLR and GNSS Stations -- Local Ties at SLR Station Riga -- Datum Problem Handling in Local Tie Surveys at Wettzell and Metsähovi -- Close Range Photogrammetry for High-Precision Reference Point Determination: A Proof of Concept at Satellite Observing System Wettzell -- Frame Accuracy of Combined EPN Weekly Coordinate Solutions -- The Atlantic Network of Geodynamic and Space Stations (RAEGE): A Spanish-Portuguese Infrastructure of Geodetic Stations -- ITRF Densification in Cyprus -- Geodetic Analyses at the National Geographic Institute of Spain -- Large-Scale Dimensional Metrology for Geodesy - First Results from the European GeoMetre Project -- Bureau of Products and Standards: Description and Promotion of Geodetic Products -- Physical Height Systems -- Can an Earth Gravitational Model Augmented by a Topographic Gravity Field Model Realize the International Height Reference System Accurately? -- Assessing Molodensky’s Heights: A Rebuttal -- On the Accuracy of Geoid Heights Derived from Discrete GNSS/Levelling Data Using Kriging Interpolation -- Gravimetric Geoid Modeling by Stokes and Second Helmert’s Condensation Method in Yogyakarta, Indonesia -- A Geodetic Determination of the Gravitational Potential Difference Toward a 100-km-scale Clock Frequency Comparison in a Plate Subduction Zone -- Validation of the Hellenic Gravity Network in the Frame of the ModernGravNet Project -- Global Gravity Field Modeling -- Combined Gravity Solution from SLR and GRACE/GRACE-FO -- Contribution of LARES SLR Data to Co-estimated Earth Geopotential Coefficients -- Determination and Combination of Monthly Gravity Field Time Series from Kinematic Orbits of GRACE, GRACE-FO and Swarm -- Topographic Gravity Field Modelling for Improving High-Resolution Global Gravity Field Models -- The Benefit of Accelerometers Based on Cold Atom Interferometry for Future Satellite Gravity Missions -- Kalman-Filter Based Hybridization of Classic and Cold Atom Interferometry Accelerometers for Future Satellite Gravity Missions -- Gravimetry by Nanoscale Parametric Amplifiers Driven by Radiation-Induced Dispersion Force Modulation -- Earth Rotation -- On the Improvement of Combined EOP Series by Adding 24-hour VLBI Sessions to VLBI Intensives and GNSS Data -- Investigating the Relationship Between Length of Day and El-Niño Using Wavelet Coherence Method -- Estimation of Earth Rotation Parameter UT1 from Lunar Laser Ranging Observations -- Surface Deformation Monitoring -- Determination of a GNSS-Based Velocity Field of the African Continent -- Vertical Land Motion at Tide Gauges Observed by GNSS: A New GFZ-TIGA Solution -- CyCLOPS: A National Integrated GNSS/InSAR Strategic Research Infrastructure for Monitoring Geohazards and Forming the Next Generation Datum of the Republic of Cyprus -- GNSS Positioning -- Dilution of Precision (DOP) Factors for Evaluating Observations to Galileo Satellites with VLBI -- On the Limits of State-of-the-Art GNSS Receivers in Frequency Transfer -- On the Effect of Antenna Calibration Errors on Geodetic Estimates: Investigation on Zero and Double Difference Approaches -- Estimation and Calibration of Codephase Center Correction Using the Empirical Mode Decomposition -- On the Potential of Image Similarity Metrics for Comparing Phase Center Corrections -- Multipath Characterization Using Ray-Tracing in Urban Trenches -- Bounding the Residual Tropospheric Error by Interval Analysis -- Precise Orbit Determination of CubeSats Using Proposed Observations Weighting Model -- Geodetic Atmospheric and Remote Sensing -- Optimal TEC Forecast Models Based on Machine Learning and Time Series Analysis Techniques – A Preliminary Study on the Ring of Fire -- Sensitivity of Shipborne GNSS Troposphere Retrieval to Processing Parameters -- Application of the Total Variation Method in Near Real-Time GNSS Tropospheric Tomography -- Comparison of the Effective Isotropic Radiated Power Parameter in CYGNSS v2.1 and v3.0 Level 1 Data and Its Impact on Soil Moisture Estimation -- Cross-Polarization Correction for Soil Moisture Retrieval Using GNSS SNR Data.
    Description / Table of Contents: This open access volume contains selected papers of the 2021 Scientific Assembly of the International Association of Geodesy – IAG2021. The Assembly was hosted by the Chinese Society for Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography (CSGPC) in Beijing, China from June 28 to July 2, 2021. It was a hybrid conference with in-person and online attendants. In total, the Assembly was attended by 146 in-person participants and 1,123 online participants. The theme of the Assembly was Geodesy for a Sustainable Earth. 613 contributions (255 oral presentations and 358 poster presentations) covered all topics of the broad spectrum considered by the IAG: geodetic reference frames, Earth gravity field modelling, Earth rotation and geodynamics, positioning and applications, the Global Geodetic Observing System (GGOS), geodesy for climate research, marine geodesy, and novel sensors and quantum technology for geodesy. All published papers were peer-reviewed, and we warmly recognize the contributions and support of the Associate Editors and Reviewers. .
    Type of Medium: 12
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource(XII, 441 p. 265 illus., 251 illus. in color.)
    Edition: 1st ed. 2023.
    ISBN: 9783031295072
    Series Statement: International Association of Geodesy Symposia 154
    Language: English
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    Call number: 6/M 23.95318
    In: International Association of Geodesy symposia
    Description / Table of Contents: Geometric Reference Frames -- Combined IVS Contribution to the ITRF2020 -- An Experimental Combination of IGS repro3 Campaign’s Orbit Products Using a Variance Component Estimation Strategy -- The Correlations of the Helmert Transformation Parameters as an Additional Auxiliary Diagnostic Tool for Terrestrial Reference Frames Quality Assessment -- Shimosato Co-Location of the SLR and GNSS Stations -- Local Ties at SLR Station Riga -- Datum Problem Handling in Local Tie Surveys at Wettzell and Metsähovi -- Close Range Photogrammetry for High-Precision Reference Point Determination: A Proof of Concept at Satellite Observing System Wettzell -- Frame Accuracy of Combined EPN Weekly Coordinate Solutions -- The Atlantic Network of Geodynamic and Space Stations (RAEGE): A Spanish-Portuguese Infrastructure of Geodetic Stations -- ITRF Densification in Cyprus -- Geodetic Analyses at the National Geographic Institute of Spain -- Large-Scale Dimensional Metrology for Geodesy - First Results from the European GeoMetre Project -- Bureau of Products and Standards: Description and Promotion of Geodetic Products -- Physical Height Systems -- Can an Earth Gravitational Model Augmented by a Topographic Gravity Field Model Realize the International Height Reference System Accurately? -- Assessing Molodensky’s Heights: A Rebuttal -- On the Accuracy of Geoid Heights Derived from Discrete GNSS/Levelling Data Using Kriging Interpolation -- Gravimetric Geoid Modeling by Stokes and Second Helmert’s Condensation Method in Yogyakarta, Indonesia -- A Geodetic Determination of the Gravitational Potential Difference Toward a 100-km-scale Clock Frequency Comparison in a Plate Subduction Zone -- Validation of the Hellenic Gravity Network in the Frame of the ModernGravNet Project -- Global Gravity Field Modeling -- Combined Gravity Solution from SLR and GRACE/GRACE-FO -- Contribution of LARES SLR Data to Co-estimated Earth Geopotential Coefficients -- Determination and Combination of Monthly Gravity Field Time Series from Kinematic Orbits of GRACE, GRACE-FO and Swarm -- Topographic Gravity Field Modelling for Improving High-Resolution Global Gravity Field Models -- The Benefit of Accelerometers Based on Cold Atom Interferometry for Future Satellite Gravity Missions -- Kalman-Filter Based Hybridization of Classic and Cold Atom Interferometry Accelerometers for Future Satellite Gravity Missions -- Gravimetry by Nanoscale Parametric Amplifiers Driven by Radiation-Induced Dispersion Force Modulation -- Earth Rotation -- On the Improvement of Combined EOP Series by Adding 24-hour VLBI Sessions to VLBI Intensives and GNSS Data -- Investigating the Relationship Between Length of Day and El-Niño Using Wavelet Coherence Method -- Estimation of Earth Rotation Parameter UT1 from Lunar Laser Ranging Observations -- Surface Deformation Monitoring -- Determination of a GNSS-Based Velocity Field of the African Continent -- Vertical Land Motion at Tide Gauges Observed by GNSS: A New GFZ-TIGA Solution -- CyCLOPS: A National Integrated GNSS/InSAR Strategic Research Infrastructure for Monitoring Geohazards and Forming the Next Generation Datum of the Republic of Cyprus -- GNSS Positioning -- Dilution of Precision (DOP) Factors for Evaluating Observations to Galileo Satellites with VLBI -- On the Limits of State-of-the-Art GNSS Receivers in Frequency Transfer -- On the Effect of Antenna Calibration Errors on Geodetic Estimates: Investigation on Zero and Double Difference Approaches -- Estimation and Calibration of Codephase Center Correction Using the Empirical Mode Decomposition -- On the Potential of Image Similarity Metrics for Comparing Phase Center Corrections -- Multipath Characterization Using Ray-Tracing in Urban Trenches -- Bounding the Residual Tropospheric Error by Interval Analysis -- Precise Orbit Determination of CubeSats Using Proposed Observations Weighting Model -- Geodetic Atmospheric and Remote Sensing -- Optimal TEC Forecast Models Based on Machine Learning and Time Series Analysis Techniques – A Preliminary Study on the Ring of Fire -- Sensitivity of Shipborne GNSS Troposphere Retrieval to Processing Parameters -- Application of the Total Variation Method in Near Real-Time GNSS Tropospheric Tomography -- Comparison of the Effective Isotropic Radiated Power Parameter in CYGNSS v2.1 and v3.0 Level 1 Data and Its Impact on Soil Moisture Estimation -- Cross-Polarization Correction for Soil Moisture Retrieval Using GNSS SNR Data.
    Description / Table of Contents: This open access volume contains selected papers of the 2021 Scientific Assembly of the International Association of Geodesy – IAG2021. The Assembly was hosted by the Chinese Society for Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography (CSGPC) in Beijing, China from June 28 to July 2, 2021. It was a hybrid conference with in-person and online attendants. In total, the Assembly was attended by 146 in-person participants and 1,123 online participants. The theme of the Assembly was Geodesy for a Sustainable Earth. 613 contributions (255 oral presentations and 358 poster presentations) covered all topics of the broad spectrum considered by the IAG: geodetic reference frames, Earth gravity field modelling, Earth rotation and geodynamics, positioning and applications, the Global Geodetic Observing System (GGOS), geodesy for climate research, marine geodesy, and novel sensors and quantum technology for geodesy. All published papers were peer-reviewed, and we warmly recognize the contributions and support of the Associate Editors and Reviewers. .
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: XII, 441 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme
    ISBN: 9783031295065
    Series Statement: International Association of Geodesy Symposia 154
    Language: English
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    Publication Date: 2023-06-14
    Description: This study presents a solution of the ‘1 cm Geoid Experiment’ (Colorado Experiment) using spherical radial basis functions (SRBFs). As the only group using SRBFs among the fourteen participated institutions from all over the world, we highlight the methodology of SRBFs in this paper. Detailed explanations are given regarding the settings of the four most important factors that influence the performance of SRBFs in gravity field modeling, namely (1) the choosing bandwidth, (2) the locations of the SRBFs, (3) the type of the SRBFs as well as (4) the extensions of the data zone for reducing the edge effect. Two types of basis functions covering the same spectral range are used for the terrestrial and the airborne measurements, respectively. The non-smoothing Shannon function is applied to the terrestrial data to avoid the loss of spectral information. The cubic polynomial (CuP) function which has smoothing features is applied to the airborne data as a low-pass filter for filtering the high-frequency noise. Although the idea of combining different SRBFs for different observations was proven in theory to be possible, it is applied to real data for the first time, in this study. The RMS error of our height anomaly result along the GSVS17 benchmarks w.r.t the validation data (which is the mean results of the other contributions in the ‘Colorado Experiment’) drops by 5% when combining the Shannon function for the terrestrial data and the CuP function for the airborne data, compared to those obtained by using the Shannon function for both the two data sets. This improvement indicates the validity and benefits of using different SRBFs for different observation types. Global gravity model (GGM), topographic model, the terrestrial gravity data, as well as the airborne gravity data are combined, and the contribution of each data set to the final solution is discussed. By adding the terrestrial data to the GGM and the topographic model, the RMS error of the height anomaly result w.r.t the validation data drops from 4 to 1.8 cm, and it is further reduced to 1 cm by including the airborne data. Comparisons with the mean results of all the contributions show that our height anomaly and geoid height solutions at the GSVS17 benchmarks have an RMS error of 1.0 cm and 1.3 cm, respectively; and our height anomaly results give an RMS value of 1.6 cm in the whole study area, which are all the smallest among the participants.
    Description: Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft http://dx.doi.org/10.13039/501100001659
    Keywords: ddc:526 ; ‘1 cm Geoid Experiment’ ; Spherical radial basis functions ; Regional geoid modeling ; Heterogeneous data combination
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    Publication Date: 2023-06-22
    Description: In 2015, the International Association of Geodesy defined the International Height Reference System (IHRS) as the conventional gravity field-related global height system. The IHRS is a geopotential reference system co-rotating with the Earth. Coordinates of points or objects close to or on the Earth’s surface are given by geopotential numbers C(P) referring to an equipotential surface defined by the conventional value W0 = 62,636,853.4 m2 s−2, and geocentric Cartesian coordinates X referring to the International Terrestrial Reference System (ITRS). Current efforts concentrate on an accurate, consistent, and well-defined realisation of the IHRS to provide an international standard for the precise determination of physical coordinates worldwide. Accordingly, this study focuses on the strategy for the realisation of the IHRS; i.e. the establishment of the International Height Reference Frame (IHRF). Four main aspects are considered: (1) methods for the determination of IHRF physical coordinates; (2) standards and conventions needed to ensure consistency between the definition and the realisation of the reference system; (3) criteria for the IHRF reference network design and station selection; and (4) operational infrastructure to guarantee a reliable and long-term sustainability of the IHRF. A highlight of this work is the evaluation of different approaches for the determination and accuracy assessment of IHRF coordinates based on the existing resources, namely (1) global gravity models of high resolution, (2) precise regional gravity field modelling, and (3) vertical datum unification of the local height systems into the IHRF. After a detailed discussion of the advantages, current limitations, and possibilities of improvement in the coordinate determination using these options, we define a strategy for the establishment of the IHRF including data requirements, a set of minimum standards/conventions for the determination of potential coordinates, a first IHRF reference network configuration, and a proposal to create a component of the International Gravity Field Service (IGFS) dedicated to the maintenance and servicing of the IHRS/IHRF.
    Description: https://www.ngs.noaa.gov/GRAV-D/data_ms05.shtml
    Keywords: ddc:526 ; International Height Reference System (IHRS) ; International Height Reference Frame (IHRF) ; World height system ; Global unified vertical reference system ; Geopotential height datum ; Permanent tide ; Tide systems ; The Colorado experiment
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    ISSN: 1573-6849
    Keywords: fish chromosomes ; nick translation ; RE digestion
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Biology
    Notes: Abstract We have used a restriction endonuclease/nick translation (RE/NT) procedure to study the ability of restriction enzymes to cleave DNA in fixed chromosomes of a fish cell line. This technique has proved to be very useful in revealing the chromatin heterogeneity underlying the chromosome structure that remains cryptic to other techniques also able to induce longitudinal differentation on fish chromosomes. The differences observed in the banding patterns after nick translation procedure seem to be due, at least in part, to differences in activity among the enzymes assayed. The results obtained also reveal some evidence about the origin and evolution of the marker chromosomes of the Atlantic salmon cell line.
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