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the branch of biology that studies the cellular aspects of heredity (especially the chromosomes)

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Prenatal genetic testing has made significant progress since its early introduction in the 1970s when fetal chromosome analysis became feasible with the development of amniocentesis and the ability to culture fetal cells present in the amniotic fluid sample.
After the considers above, the essential question is how to make sure the inherited traits from the fibroblasts are stable, the healthy experimental animal should be chose, the viability of the isolated cells should be assessed before freezing and after recovery, the chromosome analysis could illustrate the cells are normal or malignant and show if the chromosome structure is stable (Li et al.
The patients are always female and the chromosome analysis usually comes out as 46 XX.
Given these findings in the postnatal setting, the incremental diagnostic yields of CMA analysis and chromosome analysis are now being evaluated for prenatal genetic testing.
Y chromosome analysis of infertile men and their sons conceived through intracytoplasmic sperm injection: vertical transmission of deletions and rarity of de nova deletions.
Diagnosis is confirmed by chromosome analysis but there's no cure.
The chromosome analysis revealed a numerically normal female karyotype.
and chromosome analysis provides valuable prognostic information for physicians treating AML patients when abnormalities are present.
Chromosome and fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) studies are typically performed on peripheral blood or bone marrow samples and require dissociated cells for interphase FISH and viable cells capable of division to generate metaphases for chromosome analysis.
Selective chromosome analysis in couples with two or more miscarriages: Case-control study.
Using a reorganized structure, this edition has been updated to include the latest information on the Human Genome Project, identification of new classes of RNA molecules, new molecular genetic and chromosome analysis techniques, further development of preimplantation genetic diagnosis, improved methods for antenatal and neonatal screening, self-assessment questions, and case study scenarios.
As tier 1 testing in such children, I usually order a microarray-based comparative genomic hybridization (array CGH), a test that has largely replaced high-resolution chromosome analysis in this population.
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