G. Masocco

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A patient with ovarian failure was found to have a segment of the long arm of an X chromosome translocated to the distal end of the short arm of a 2nd chromosome: 46,X,t(X;2)(q21;p25). The Barr bodies were of normal size. Autoradiographic and B.U.D.R. studies showed that the normal X was the late-replicating X. The translocated segment was late replicating(More)
A patient with ovarian failure was found to have a segment of the long arm of an X chromosome translocated to the distal end of the short arm of a 2nd chromosome: 46,Xt(X;2) (q21;p25). The Barr bodies were of normal size. Autoradiographic and B.U.D.R. studies showed that the normal X was the late-replicating X. The translocated segment was late replicating(More)
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