Distinct haematological disorder with deletion of long arm of No. 5 chromosome

@article{Berghe1974DistinctHD,
  title={Distinct haematological disorder with deletion of long arm of No. 5 chromosome},
  author={H. Berghe and Jean‐Jacques Cassiman and G. David and J. Fryns and J. Michaux and G. Sokal},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1974},
  volume={251},
  pages={437-438}
}
  • H. Berghe, Jean‐Jacques Cassiman, +3 authors G. Sokal
  • Published 1974
  • Medicine
  • Nature
  • So far, the only specific chromosome abnormality in haematological disorders is the Ph1-chromosome. Chromosome abnormalities have been described in so-called idiopathic side-roblastic or refractory anaemias1 but a constant cytogenetic abnormality associated with a defined clinical syndrome has not been reported. 
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