chromosomal aberration

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Synonyms for chromosomal aberration

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At conception and early embryonic development humans have a high rate of embryonic wastage primarily due to chromosome abnormalities with an estimated loss of approximately 70% of all embryos within six weeks of fertilization (16,17).
Anatomy, Nomenclature, and Human Diseases associated with Chromosome abnormalities.
3 million women who had traditional prenatal screening between 2009 and 2012, about 17% of chromosome abnormalities identified were not detectable by current NIPT methods (Obset.
Noah Wall had prenatal problems including spina bifida, rare chromosome abnormalities and hydrocephalus - a build-up of fluid on the brain.
After leaving overnight at room temperature, slides were stained in 3% Giemsa (Merck, Darmstadt, Germany) for 3 min and cells were analyzed under a light microscope (Nikon, Kawasaki, Japan) at x 1000 magnification to screen micronuclei in blastomers and numerical chromosome abnormalities.
The introduction of amniocentesis in the 1960s brought to prenatal diagnosticians the ability to detect fetal chromosome abnormalities and certain structural defects (including neural tube defects).
About 1 in 300 live births will carry chromosome abnormalities, and as medical care improves for these conditions, primary care physicians will see more children, such as those with Down syndrome, "graduate" from their pediatricians.
This is a simple test that measures fetal DNA from a pregnant woman's blood to look for common chromosome abnormalities.
The new method, known as next generation sequencing or NGS, uses updated technology to sequence an entire genome- revealing inherited genetic disorders, chromosome abnormalities and mutations.
It covers nomenclature for normal chromosomes, karyotype designation, uncertainty in chromosome or band designation, order of chromosome abnormalities in the karyotype, normal variable chromosome features, numerical chromosome abnormalities, structural chromosome rearrangements, chromosome breakage, neoplasia, meiotic chromosomes, and in situ hybridization.
Members use a technique called array comparative genomic hybridization to compare the patterns of chromosome abnormalities in the sarcomas to DNA from healthy cats.
To explain virgin birth, Professor Sam Berry states that Mary must have suffered from some chromosome abnormalities or must have had ovotestes', which, for the uninitiated, are what a woman would have if she inherited from her father an X chromosome carrying SRY material, which is usually found on the Y chromosome.
Before the experiment began and then again 12 weeks later, the men's semen quality was analyzed according to conventional parameters of male fertility, including sperm concentration, vitality, motility, morphology, and chromosome abnormalities.
Rieder H, Bonwetsch C, Janssen L, Maurer J, Janssen J, Schwartz S, Ludwig W, Gassmann W, Bartram C, Thiel E, Loffler H, Gokbuget N, Hoelzer D, Fonatsch C: High rate of chromosome abnormalities detected by fluorescence in situ hybridization using BCR and ABL probes in adult acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
It effects at least 1:2000 live born girls and is therefore one of the most common sex chromosome abnormalities in humans (Nielsen and Wohlert, 1991).
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