Trisomy 8p due to the 3:1 segregation of the balanced translocation t(8;15)mat

@article{Lazjuk1979Trisomy8D,
  title={Trisomy 8p due to the 3:1 segregation of the balanced translocation t(8;15)mat},
  author={Gennady I Lazjuk and Iosif W. Lurie and Yulia I. Usova and D. B. Gurevich and M. K. Nedzved},
  journal={Human Genetics},
  year={1979},
  volume={46},
  pages={335-339}
}
  • Gennady I Lazjuk, Iosif W. Lurie, +2 authors M. K. Nedzved
  • Published in Human Genetics 1979
  • Biology, Medicine
  • SummaryAn additional small G-like chromosome was found in a newborn female with multiple abnormalities and hemorrhagic diathesis. G banding showed that the index patient was trisomic for the short arm of chromosome 8 and revealed the anomaly t(8;15)(q12;q11) in her mother. The relationship between chromosome 8 and multiple hemorrhages is discussed. 

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