Human Chromosomes

@inproceedings{Therman1980HumanC,
  title={Human Chromosomes},
  author={E. Therman},
  booktitle={Springer US},
  year={1980}
}
Amplification of satellite III DNA in an unusually large chromosome 14p+ variant
TLDR
The origin of the extra chromosomal material in WSm-var(14) is proposed to be a result of amplification of contiguous satellite III DNA that is normally present in the short arm of chromosome 14. Expand
Centromeric alpha satellite DNA amplification and translocation in an unusually large chromosome 14p+ variant
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In situ hybridisation of metaphase cells with an alpha satellite DNA probe specific for human acrocentric chromosomes demonstrated a significantly increased amount of centromeric alpha sequences in WSi-var(14)(p+). Expand
Crossed renal ectopia with pelvic lipomatosis: a new syndrome involving chromosome 1
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An 18-year-old male patient who possesses both kidneys on one side (crossed renal ectopia) and pelvic lipomatosis can be assigned to a new syndrome characterised by a whole-chromosome translocation involving chromosomes 1 and 6. Expand
Familial paracentric inversions inv(2)(q31q35) and inv(8)(q22.3q24.13) ascertained through reproductive abnormalities
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This case is the first case in which unequal crossing over in an inversion loop can be inferred in a male carrier of a paracentric inversion. Expand
Possible occurrence of amitotic cell division during haemopoiesis in the Urodeles
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The liver haemopoietic activity of three species of Urodeles was examined and the presence in the bloodstream samples of cells (erythrocytes) with replicating DNA, nuclear constrictions and binucleations is consistent with a situation of direct nuclear division. Expand
The segregation of a translocation t(1;4) in two male carriers heterozygous for the translocation
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The results showed that subject 1 had an imbalance rate of 54% and subject 2 had anbalance rate of 61% with respect to the translocation, and the 95% confidence intervals overlapped for each segregation type. Expand
Genotoxicity of benomyl and its residues in somatic and germ cells of mice fed on treated stored wheat grains
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It is demonstrated that benomyl (a 50% wettable powder formulation) and its residues in wheat grains are genotoxic in mice. Expand
Severe anomalies associated with ring chromosome 7.
A newborn infant with the polyasplenia sequence, intrauterine growth retardation, cutaneous nevi, and minor anomalies was found to have mosaicism for ring chromosome 7. This patient's anomalies areExpand
Human Chromosomes

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In human blood cells dividing in vitro two chromosomes are occasionally found intimately associated in a quadriradial configuration (Qr), considered cytological evidence that somatic crossing-over may occur in mammalian cells. Expand
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It appears not to be generally known that the sex of a somatic cell as highly differentiated as a neurone may be detected with no more elaborate equipment than a compound microscope following staining of the tissue by the routine Nissl method. Expand
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