1 FISH) Sex ratio 11: 3 Chromosomally
normal (X/Y or 1/18) 19 Chromosomally
abnormal 05 (20.
Despite the high number of Pholcidae species, only nine species (1%) of five genera have been chromosomally
Reduced fecundity of heterozygotes, through the production of chromosomally
unbalanced gametes in small isolated demes, is an assumption common to most models of chromosomal speciation including the cascade model (Sites and Moritz 1987; Hall 1983).
Of clinical significance, mtDNA represents a novel biomarker with potential value for IVF treatment, revealing chromosomally
normal embryos incapable of producing a viable pregnancy.
Conjugative plasmid DNA transfer in Helicobacter pylori mediated by chromosomally
encoded relaxase and TraG-like proteins.
PGS has been clinically demonstrated as an effective method to select chromosomally
normal embryos, improving pregnancy success rates for IVF procedures.
The vast majority of miscarriages are chromosomally
or somehow morphologically or genetically abnormal--even if we can't prove it, we all believe it.
Maternal age is somewhat increased for cyclopia, indicating the likely inclusion of some chromosomally
abnormal infants which were not identified.
Reduced susceptibility to cephalosporins is chromosomally
mediated, and the mechanisms resemble those for chromosomally
-mediated penicillin resistance.
If you transfer to the uterus embryos that are confirmed to be chromosomally
normal and develop well, reaching the blastocyst stage, the chance of producing a child is very high, about 70percent.
Maternal serum ADAM12 (a disintegrin and metalloprotease) in chromosomally
abnormal pregnancy at 11-13 weeks.
Further investigation of other technical limitations, such as the high rate of mosaicism, has revealed that, when two cells are examined and found to be karyotypically discordant, further analysis of the entire embryo will reveal that more than 50% of embryos are, in fact, euploid--that is, chromosomally
The genes responsible for MBL production may be chromosomally
or plasmid mediated and hence pose a threat of spread of resistance by gene transfer among the Gram-negative bacteria (3).
But the UK scientists have pioneered a new high-tech test which can detect all the chromosomes and genes and identify embryos that are chromosomally
"normal" and therefore have the best chance of becoming a baby.
It may also be due to changes in attitudes towards termination of chromosomally
abnormal fetuses, said Dr.