Methods for the analysis of human chromosome aberrations / edited by K. E. Buckton, H. J. Evans
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Other TitlesMéthodes d' analyse des aberrations chromosomiques humaines
Buckton, K. E, Evans, H. J & World Health Organization. (1973). Methods for the analysis of human chromosome aberrations / edited by K. E. Buckton, H. J. Evans. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/39974
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Mokhtar, M.M. (1997)Karyotyping was done in 137 children suspected of having chromosomal abnormalities such as genetically uncertain syndromes, multiple congenital anomalies, short stature, dysmorphic features, unclassified mental retardation and Down syndrome. A total of 53 [38.7%] had an abnormal karyotype: trisomy 21 [36; 26.3%], trisomy 18 [3; 2.2%], trisomy 13 [1; 0.7%], partial autosomal aneuploidy [5; 3.6%], pericentric inversion of chromosome 9 [2; 1.5%], marker chromosome [2; 1.5%] and sex chromosome aberrations [4; 2.9%]. All of them showed phenotypic-cytogenetic ...
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