Chimerism in monochorionic dizygotic twins: case study and review.


Chimerism occurs when an organism contains cells derived from more than one distinct zygote. We focus on monochorionic dizygotic twin blood chimerism, and particularly twin-twin transfusion syndrome in such pregnancies. For years, researchers have understood chimerism to be a common phenomenon in cattle. Although, this review will not delve deeply into… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ajmg.a.35957


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@article{Chen2013ChimerismIM, title={Chimerism in monochorionic dizygotic twins: case study and review.}, author={Kristen Chen and Ramen H. Chmait and Douglas L Vanderbilt and Samuel Wu and Linda Marie Randolph}, journal={American journal of medical genetics. Part A}, year={2013}, volume={161A 7}, pages={1817-24} }