R. Nissimov

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A new familial fragile site at 16q23-24 is documented, and the clinical and cytogenetic data on three families and some individual patients are reported. The importance of differentiating this fragile site from that recognized previously at 16q22 is pointed out.
A family is reported with an autosomal dominant inherited syndrome presenting some of the typical features of the tricho-rhino-phalangeal syndrome type II (TRP II) or Langer-Giedion syndrome. The critical region for the expression of the syndrome seems to be at band 8q24.1. In the affected members of the family reported here, anomaly of chromosome 8 was(More)