The consistent 13q14 translocation breakpoint seen in chronic B-cell leukaemia (BCLL) involves deletion of the D13S25 locus which lies distal to the retinoblastoma predisposition gene.


Structural rearrangements involving chromosome 13 are frequently seen in B-cell chronic lymphocytic leukaemia. The presence of reciprocal translocations involving 13q14 in 10-15% of cases pinpoints the location of a gene important in leukaemogenesis. In order to characterise the exact location of the 13q14 breakpoint, somatic cell hybrids were constructed… (More)


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