Chromosome study on patients attempting suicide with chemicals

E. Czeizel, I. Szentesi, G. Molnar

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Abstract

On account of the difficulties to extrapolate data of animal experiments efforts are being made to elaborate suitable methods for human investigation. Chromosome analyses of peripheral blood culture in suicide cases offer such possibilities: The patients are seriously intoxicated. Chemicals, approximate dose and time of intoxication are known. Self-control study can be made because chromosome aberrations do not develop within 12 h of intoxication thus they can represent the 'O-values', between 36-72 h the 'intoxication-values' and after 3-6 months the 'recovery-values' can be determined in alive cases. Extra examinations are not made therefore ethical problems do not emerge. Some drugs and chemicals are studied blind in suicide cases.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMutation Research
Volume53
Edition2
Publication statusPublished - 1978

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Suicide
Chromosomes
Chromosome Aberrations
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Blood Culture
Self-Control

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Czeizel, E., Szentesi, I., & Molnar, G. (1978). Chromosome study on patients attempting suicide with chemicals. In Mutation Research (2 ed., Vol. 53)

Chromosome study on patients attempting suicide with chemicals. / Czeizel, E.; Szentesi, I.; Molnar, G.

Mutation Research. Vol. 53 2. ed. 1978.

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Czeizel, E, Szentesi, I & Molnar, G 1978, Chromosome study on patients attempting suicide with chemicals. in Mutation Research. 2 edn, vol. 53.
Czeizel E, Szentesi I, Molnar G. Chromosome study on patients attempting suicide with chemicals. In Mutation Research. 2 ed. Vol. 53. 1978
Czeizel, E. ; Szentesi, I. ; Molnar, G. / Chromosome study on patients attempting suicide with chemicals. Mutation Research. Vol. 53 2. ed. 1978.
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