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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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A general approach to investigation of DSD includes karyotyping and locating gonads by palpation, ultrasound or other imaging techniques.
Many mutations and karyotyping abnormalities are associated with AML prognosis.
Karyotyping results of her parents were 46, XX, and 46, XY, respectively, which indicated that this marker in the patient was a de novo event.
Vendor is to provide Automated Cytogenetics Karyotyping Platform solution(s) in support of the guidelines specified in the final technical specifications (RFP #17-09 Attachment 1 & 1a - Automated Cytogenetics Karyotyping Platform).
Interestingly in our study, by simply using the G-T banding we found 2 patients have macrodeletion in the long arm of Y chromosome that is demonstrable in karyotyping.
In this study, cytogenetic analysis by karyotyping was done for all cases that have clinical features of DS to confirm the clinical diagnosis and to determine the frequency of different types of DS.
8] An additional approach is array-comparative genomic hybridisation (CGH), which has a better diagnostic yield than conventional karyotyping in the screening of products of conception (POC) [1] but with the disadvantage of high cost.
The first prenatal diagnostic tool is the ultrasound which, if abnormal, is traditionally followed by karyotyping and/or FISH analysis.
Because the study collection protocol provided only the karyotyping result of amniocytes for these samples, no pure fetal tissue was available for sequencing or array confirmation.
I n table 4 the frequency of normal and abnormal karyotyping in patients is represented.
Fish karyotyping is commonly exploited to confirm taxonomic identification and inter-population variations and can play an important role in sex control, better performance, rapid production of inbred lines (Thorgard and Allen, 1987; Lin and Peter, 1991), detecting environmental mutagens and genotoxic pollutants (Kligerman et al.
have entered into an agreement in which both companies will engage in combined sales and marketing of an integration product that will directly link the GenASIs imaging and analysis instrument by ASI and the CellWriter[TM] automated dispensing system for FISH and Karyotyping by BioDot.