karyotype


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the appearance of the chromosomal makeup of a somatic cell in an individual or species (including the number and arrangement and size and structure of the chromosomes)

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stentina produced specific banding patterns, which allowed the precise organization of the karyotype of this species to be acquired (Fig.
Based on the above karyotype data, the parents received genetic counseling.
Besides the chromosomal group above-described, two brother animals, from one of the analyzed Institution, evidenced a metacentric Y chromosome (Figure 1b), although it had been the smallest element of the karyotype complement.
The results clearly demonstrated that there could be a broad spectrum of karyotype abnormalities and heterogeneity in the telomerase activity in different FAB subtypes of MDS of and ANLL patients.
There are three submetacentric chromosomes in the males, two of which are autosomes, with their longer arm being at least three times the length of the shorter; one is the X element that is the biggest of the karyotype.
Such distinctiveness makes them difficult to karyotype in comparison with the chromosomes of insects and some vertebrate species (White 1973).
The group of Disorders of Sex Development (DSD) with 46XY karyotype can be due to several etiologies and require more extensive diagnostic evaluation.
WT1 mutation is reported as an independent risk factor for lower CR, OS and DFS in AML patients, especially with normal karyotype.
Chromosomal microarray analysis is preferable to karyotype in certain situations
2008) recognized the originally described karyotype from Agli as 60W, but their survey revealed also the presence of the 60R cytotype in the same area.
In the Cyprinodontina, the typical karyotype comprises one small metacentric pair of chromosomes and 23 submetacentric-subtelocentric or acrocentric pairs.
These images are further manipulated on computer workstations to create the karyotype organization that is required for their analyses.
They observed a large deletion in the heterochromatin region (Yq-12) in 6 sterile males with azoospermia by observing the karyotype of 1170 men.
Materials and Methods: Karyotype analysis was carried out for 22 patients with the clinical diagnosis of DS.