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Q bands

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Q bands

(Science: cell biology) The alternating bright and dull fluorescent bands seen on chromosomes under ultraviolet light after the chromosomes are stained with quinacrine. The Q stands for quinacrine, an agent used as an antimalarial agent and, in the laboratory, as a fluorescent dye.