Chromosome (re)positioning in spermatozoa of fathers and sons – carriers of reciprocal chromosome translocation (RCT)

@inproceedings{Olszewska2019ChromosomeI,
  title={Chromosome (re)positioning in spermatozoa of fathers and sons – carriers of reciprocal chromosome translocation (RCT)},
  author={Marta Olszewska and Ewa Wiland and Nataliya L. Huleyuk and Monika Frączek and Alina T Midro and Danuta Zastavna and Maciej Kurpisz},
  booktitle={BMC medical genomics},
  year={2019}
}
BackgroundNon-random chromosome positioning has been observed in the nuclei of several different tissue types, including human spermatozoa. The nuclear arrangement of chromosomes can be altered in men with decreased semen parameters or increased DNA fragmentation and in males with chromosomal numerical or structural aberrations. An aim of this study was to determine whether and how the positioning of nine chromosome centromeres was (re)arranged in the spermatozoa of fathers and sons – carriers… CONTINUE READING
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