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Inversions are well-known structural chromosomal rearrangements in humans and pigs. Such rearrangements generally have no effect on the carriers' phenotype. However, the presence of an inversion can lead to spermatogenesis impairments and to the production of unbalanced (recombinant) gametes, responsible for early miscarriages, stillbirth, or congenital(More)
Constitutional chromosomal rearrangements are relatively frequent genetic anomalies in both man and pigs. Among them, reciprocal translocations, present a specific meiotic segregation pattern. The potential "individual" effect of the t(3;15)(q27,q13) translocation was studied using SpermFISH to analyze the meiotic segregation patterns of three boars(More)
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