Familial partial trisomy 5p resulting from segregation of an insertional translocation.

Abstract

A case of duplication of segment p13-p15 of the short arm of chromosome 5 as the result of an insertional translocation in a mentally retarded girl with congenital anomalies is reported. Some of the apparently balanced carriers of the inverted insertion showed minor congenital anomalies. 

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@article{Gustavson1988FamilialPT, title={Familial partial trisomy 5p resulting from segregation of an insertional translocation.}, author={K H Gustavson and P Lundberg and Perrine Nicol}, journal={Clinical genetics}, year={1988}, volume={33 6}, pages={404-9} }