The effect of Robertsonian translocations on the intranuclear positioning of NORs (nucleolar organizing regions) in human sperm cells

@inproceedings{Wiland2019TheEO,
  title={The effect of Robertsonian translocations on the intranuclear positioning of NORs (nucleolar organizing regions) in human sperm cells},
  author={Ewa Wiland and Marta Olszewska and Nataliya L. Huleyuk and Vyacheslav B. Chernykh and Maciej Kurpisz},
  booktitle={Scientific Reports},
  year={2019}
}
Only a few studies have described sperm chromosome intranuclear positioning changes in men with reproductive failure and an incorrect somatic karyotype. We studied the influence of Robertsonian translocations on the acrocentric chromosome positioning in human sperm cells. The basis of the analysis was the localization of NORs (nucleolar organizing regions) in sperm nuclei from three Robertsonian translocation carriers, namely, rob(13;22), rob(13;15) and rob(13;14), with a known meiotic… CONTINUE READING
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