Genomic Disorders of Chromosome 22

Submitted: Wednesday 4th of August 2010 05:00:03 PM
Submitted by: egf
Language: English
Educational levels: expert, qc1, qc2, qc3

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This resource contains materials from advanced courses of cytogenetics and it is especially focused on Genomic Disorders of Chromosome 22.

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There are several types of balanced translocations that are known to recur in the human genome. These include the Robertsonian translocations as well as rearrangements involving 22q11.2. Extensive cytogenetic evaluation of several recurrent constitutional 22q11.2 translocations, the t(11;22)(q23;q11 ...
There are several types of balanced translocations that are known to recur in the human genome. These include the Robertsonian translocations as well as rearrangements involving 22q11.2. Extensive cytogenetic evaluation of several recurrent constitutional 22q11.2 translocations, the t(11;22)(q23;q ...
Non-random, constitutional abnormalities of 22q include duplications associated with the supernumerary bisatellited marker chromosome of CES, translocations that give rise to the recurrent t(11;22) malsegregation-derived +der(22) syndrome and the translocations or deletions associated with DiGeorge ...
Non-random, constitutional abnormalities of 22q include duplications associated with the supernumerary bisatellited marker chromosome of CES, translocations that give rise to the recurrent t(11;22) malsegregation-derived +der(22) syndrome and the translocations or deletions associated with DiGeorg ...

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