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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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Karyotype of the patient showed an extra X chromosome and an sSMC in all 20 metaphase spreads.
The benefit of karyotype analysis in high risk population therefore provides the prevention and early management options to minimize the risk.20
Future studies will need to examine the karyotypes and C-values of abalones inhabiting other geographic areas to understand the evolutionary chromosomal relationships within the genus Haliotis.
Karyotypes of the mole rats, genus Nannospalax (Palmer, 1903) (Spalacidae: Rodentia) populations in eastern Anatolia, Turkey.
Diagnosis in patients with a 45, X karyotype is usually made at an earlier age than other variants (9).
C-banded karyotypes of females of Frieseomelitta varia (a), Frieseomelitta doederleini (b), Frieseomelitta sp.
The patients with clinical presentation of DSD who were labeled XY on karyotyping were included in the study, whereas patients without karyotyping results, mixed sex chromosome or XX Karyotypes were excluded from the study.
Cytogenetic analyses in Panstrongylus were initiated in 1950 with the karyotype description of P.
These karyotypes were also quantified with respect to hematological diseases.
G-banded karyotyping of placental tissue revealed a 48,XXX,+18 karyotype (Figure 3(a)).
Karyotypes related to Adverse Prognostic Outcome in AML
Both patients had normal karyotypes, and EBP sequencing revealed two novel de novo mutations, heterozygous c.388G>C (p.Gly130Arg) in the female, and heterozygous c.338 + 3A> T in the boy, suggesting mosaicism.
Even the karyotypes with the same number of biarmed autosomes may not be identical, because the individual autosomal pairs are not homologous across populations (Ivanitskaya et al.