Preparation Methods of Human Metaphase Chromosomes for their Proteome Analysis.: Chromosomes are supermolecules that contain most of the DNA within a cell and a
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Evidence that unrejoined DNA double-strand breaks are not predominantly responsible for chromosomal radiosensitivity of AT fibroblasts. AU - Loucas, Bradford. AU - Cornforth, Michael. PY - 2004/11. Y1 - 2004/11. N2 - To examine more fully the nature of chromosomal radiosensitivity in ataxia telangiectasia (AT) cells, we employed 24-color combinatorial painting to visualize 137CS γ-ray-induced chromosome-type aberrations in cells of two AT and one normal primary human fibroblast strains irradiated in log-phase growth. As a measure of misrejoined radiation-induced DSBs, we quantified exchange breakpoints associated with both simple and complex exchanges. As a measure of unrejoined DSBs, we quantified breakpoints from terminal deletions as well as deletions associated with incomplete exchange. For each of these end points, the frequency of damage per unit dose was markedly higher in AT cells compared to normal cells, although the proportion of total breaks that remained unrejoined ...
The spatial arrangement of some genetic elements relative to chromosome territories and in parallel with the cell nucleus was investigated in human lymphocytes. The structure of the chromosome territories was studied in chromosomes containing regions ( clusters) of highly expressed genes (HSA 9, 17) and those without such clusters ( HSA 8, 13). In chromosomes containing highly expressed regions, the elements pertaining to these regions were found close to the centre of the nucleus on the inner sides of chromosome territories; those pertaining to regions with low expression were localized close to the nuclear membrane on the opposite sides of the territories. In chromosomes with generally low expression ( HSA 8, 13), the elements investigated were found symmetrically distributed over the territories. Based on the investigations of the chromosome structure, the following conclusions are suggested: (1) Chromosome territories have a non-random internal 3D structure with defined average mutual ...
dear bionetters, I am a graduate student working on DNA sequencing, but as a side project I am interested in subjecting metaphase chromosomes to electron microscopy. I understanding how to arrest the cells in metaphase --I am working with a borrowed culture of a human lymphocytes-- but am unclear on how to extract and purify the chromosomes. Basically I am looking for two procedures: 1. how to break open the cells gently, and 2. how to isolate the chromosomes from the remains of the cell. (A few papers mentioned centrifugation, but fewer still provided the exact conditions!) Any advice on procedures or even references would be greatly apreciated. Thanks! David (DHC at BIOCH.OX.AC.UK ...
Ross argues that the chromosomal evidence that humans and the higher apes have a different number of chromosomes is invalid or misunderstood. In the early 1990s, it was discovered that human chromosome two is an end-to-end-fusion of two ape chromosomes. A close examination of chromosome two revealed that, while the other twenty-two chromosomes have one centromere, or central segment, human chromosome two has an extra non-functional centromere. Furthermore, while every chromosome has end segments known as telomeres, human chromosome two has inactive adjacent telomere segments in the middle of the chromosome. It is argued that, sometime in our early past, there was a translocation of two chromosomes to form Chromosome two. Ross argues that such a translocation could not possibly have happened because this would be "catastrophic for the organism" and would result in death ...
Olecular characterization of MAR, a multiple aberration area on human chromosome segment 12q13q15 implicated in a variety of strong tumors. Genes Chromosomes
A microfluorimetric method has been developed for determination of DNA content in individual human chromosomes. The method is based on a preliminary identification of chromosomes with Hoechst 33258 followed by staining of the chromosomes with Feulgen reaction by using Schiffs reagent type ethidium bromide-SO2 and then by measuring the fluorescence intensity of the chromosomes by using an image analyzer. The method allows determining the DNA content of individual chromosomes with an accuracy up to 4.5 fg. The DNA content of individual human chromosomes and their p-and q-arms, as well as homologous chromosomes, were measured by using the developed method. It has been shown that the DNA content in chromosomes of the normal human karyotype is unstable and can fluctuate in some chromosomes within 35-40 fg.
Humans have 46 chromosomes, whereas chimpanzee, gorilla, and orangutan have 48. This major karyotypic difference was caused by the fusion of two ancestral chromosomes to form human chromosome 2 and subsequent inactivation of one of the two original centromeres (Yunis and Prakash 1982). As a result of this fusion, sequences that once resided near the ends of the ancestral chromosomes are now located in the middle of chromosome 2, near the borders of bands 2q13 and 2q14.1. For brevity, we refer henceforth to the region surrounding the fusion as 2qFus. Two head-to-head arrays of degenerate telomere repeats are found at this site; their head-to-head orientation indicates that chromosome 2 resulted from a telomere to telomere fusion. (Emphasis mine). [4] ...
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University of Washington. The University of Washingtons Department of Laboratory Medicine has now developed a whole blood qPCR for HHV-6 that aids in the diagnosis of ciHHV-6. The group is running this test in parallel with a newly developed rapid and accurate droplet digital PCR (ddPCR) assay for diagnosis of patients with ciHHV-6. Most quantitative PCR assays are not precise enough to give an accurate ratio of HHV-6 DNA copies per cell. The ddPCR can provide a ratio of HHV-6 DNA copies per cell with great precision, and will be the first clinical test in the USA able to determine definitively if a patient has ciHHV-6. Download the requisition form HERE.. Coppe Labs. In addition, three important tests for HHV-6 are available through Coppe Labs, including two assays that are not available commercially at any other location in the US: the mRNA test for assessing active infection and immunohistochemistry analysis for biopsy samples. The company utilizes the reverse transcription polymerase chain ...
Seroussi, E., Kedra, D., Kost-Alimova, M., Sandberg-Nordqvist, A., Fransson, I., Jacobs, J., ... Dumanski, J. (1999). TOM1 Genes Map to Human Chromosome 22q13.1 and Mouse Chromosome 8C1 and Encode Proteins Similar to the Endosomal Proteins HGS and STAM. Genomics, 57, 380 - 388 ...
View Notes - Reproduction and Chromosome Transmission from BIO 325 at University of Texas. To prepare human chromosomes for viewing (Figure 3.2a): Somatic cells are obtained from the blood. The cells
Olecular characterization of MAR, a many aberration area on human chromosome segment 12q13q15 implicated in many strong tumors. Genes Vasopressin site
TY - JOUR. T1 - The DNA sequence of human chromosome 22. AU - Dunham, I.. AU - Shimizu, N.. AU - Roe, B. A.. AU - Chissoe, S.. AU - Dunham, I.. AU - Hunt, A. R.. AU - Collins, J. E.. AU - Bruskiewich, R.. AU - Beare, D. M.. AU - Clamp, M.. AU - Smink, L. J.. AU - Ainscough, R.. AU - Almeida, J. P.. AU - Babbage, A.. AU - Bagguley, C.. AU - Bailey, J.. AU - Barlow, K.. AU - Bates, K. N.. AU - Beasley, O.. AU - Bird, C. P.. AU - Blakey, S.. AU - Bridgeman, A. M.. AU - Buck, D.. AU - Burgess, J.. AU - Burrill, W. D.. AU - Burton, J.. AU - Carder, C.. AU - Carter, N. P.. AU - Chen, Y.. AU - Clark, G.. AU - Clegg, S. M.. AU - Cobley, V.. AU - Cole, C. G.. AU - Collier, R. E.. AU - Connor, R. E.. AU - Conroy, D.. AU - Corby, N.. AU - Coville, G. J.. AU - Cox, A. V.. AU - Davis, J.. AU - Dawson, E.. AU - Dhami, P. D.. AU - Dockree, C.. AU - Dodsworth, S. J.. AU - Durbin, R. M.. AU - Ellington, A.. AU - Evans, K. L.. AU - Fey, J. M.. AU - Fleming, K.. AU - French, L.. AU - Garner, A. A.. AU - Gilbert, ...
Three region-specific libraries for the entire human chromosome 18 were constructed using microdissection and MboI linker-adaptor microcloning techniques. The libraries included 18pter-p11.1...
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Chapter 14 The Human Genome Section 14 1 Human Heredity (pages ) This section explains what scientists know about human chromosomes, as well as the inheritance of certain human traits and disorders.
We integrated WGS data from over 2600 tumours spanning more than 30 cancer types," says Isidro Cortés-Ciriano, Group Leader at EMBL-EBI and a former postdoctoral researcher at Harvard Medical School.. "From this we discovered that chromothripsis events and other types of complex genome rearrangements are pervasive across human cancers, with frequencies greater than 50% of tumours in some cancer types.". Using WGS datasets gave the researchers an enhanced view of chromothripsis events in the cancer genome. Previous studies looking at the role of chromothripsis in cancer and congenital diseases often used low-resolution array-based technologies.. Here the researchers were able to show that chromothripsis events are much more prevalent in cancer than previously estimated. They also characterised the patterns of massive genome alterations across cancer types, and studied the DNA repair mechanisms involved in their generation.. "This study is yet another demonstration of the power of large-scale ...
The research presented in this dissertation consists of four papers that revolve around the structure of human chromosomes and their relationship to birth defects.. A new technique is described to produce spiralization of human metaphase chromosomes. The important feature is heat followed by trypsin treatment. By varying conditions, it is possible to produce bands, spirals and intermediate states.. An investigation of human metaphase chromosomes reveals identical lateral bands in sister chromatids when stained with Quinacrine mustard or Giemsa-trypsin. A hybrid of these two methods produces banding patterns which are different in sister chromatids yet may be repeated in homologous chromatids.. A case study is presented in which a 3l-year old white female with a history of ovarian dysfunction and infertility delivered a male infant with trisomy 13. Her cultured leucocytes were mosaic for trisomy X. The natures of trisomy X and trisomy 13 are discussed with particular emphasis on the genetic ...
Chromothripsis is the phenomenon by which up to thousands of clustered chromosomal rearrangements occur in a single event in localised and confined genomic regions in one or a few chromosomes, and is known to be involved in both cancer and congenital diseases. It occurs through one massive genomic rearrangement during a single catastrophic event in the cells history. It is believed that for the cell to be able to withstand such a destructive event, the occurrence of such an event must be the upper limit of what a cell can tolerate and survive. The chromothripsis phenomenon opposes the conventional theory that cancer is the gradual acquisition of genomic rearrangements and somatic mutations over time. The simplest model as to how these rearrangements occur is through the simultaneous fragmentation of distinct chromosomal regions (breakpoints show a non-random distribution) and then subsequent imperfect reassembly by DNA repair pathways or aberrant DNA replication mechanisms. Chromothripsis ...
In collaboration with The Open University, The Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology and the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute.. This pack uses a primate genome puzzle to explore differences and similarities between human and chimpanzee chromosomes. The materials can be applied flexibly to themes on heredity, chromosome structure, duplication, deletion, translocation or inversion and even the formation of chromosome-2 by fusion of ancestral ape chromosomes (as featured in the new Scottish Higher qualification). Try hybridising a chimp and human with our puzzle - see what happens!. Chimpanzee & Human Chromosomes Teachers Guide - PDF document (0.8MB). Chimpanzee and Human Chromosomes Links to Scottish Curriculum - PDF document (0.2MB). Chimpanzee & Human Chromosomes Student Activity Sheets - PDF document (0.4MB). This puzzle has been formated for printing on card or paper at around A3. See our Public Engagement with Science review for images of our giant version available in the zoo and at various ...
In collaboration with The Open University, The Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology and the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute.. This pack uses a primate genome puzzle to explore differences and similarities between human and chimpanzee chromosomes. The materials can be applied flexibly to themes on heredity, chromosome structure, duplication, deletion, translocation or inversion and even the formation of chromosome-2 by fusion of ancestral ape chromosomes (as featured in the new Scottish Higher qualification). Try hybridising a chimp and human with our puzzle - see what happens!. Chimpanzee & Human Chromosomes Teachers Guide - PDF document (0.8MB). Chimpanzee and Human Chromosomes Links to Scottish Curriculum - PDF document (0.2MB). Chimpanzee & Human Chromosomes Student Activity Sheets - PDF document (0.4MB). This puzzle has been formated for printing on card or paper at around A3. See our Public Engagement with Science review for images of our giant version available in the zoo and at various ...
A report is presented on the advantages of the rapid interphase chromosome assay (RICA) and the difficulties that may be met while implementing this method for application in biological dosimetry. The RICA test can be applied on unstimulated human lymphocytes; this is an advantage in comparison with the dicentric chromosomes or micronucleus tests. In the former two tests, stimulated lymphocytes are examined and hence, 48 h more are needed to obtain cells traversing the cell cycle. Due to the use of unstimulated nondividing cells, higher numbers of cells are available for RICA analysis than for dicentric chromosomes or micronuclei tests. Moreover, the method can be applied after exposure to ionizing radiation doses in excess of 5 Gy. Such doses cause a significant cell cycle delay or result in the loss of G2 phase and mitotic cells because of apoptosis. Therefore, the traditional biodosimetry based on the evaluation of the incidence of damage to chromosomes is very difficult to carry out. This is ...
Chromosomes are dark-staining, threadlike structures in the cell nucleus composed of DNA and chromatin that carry genetic information (definition after Nussbaum et al and Mueller and Young). Formalized standard nomenclature for human chromosomes dates from 1960 and, since 1978, has been known as the International System for Human Cytogenetic Nomenclature (ISCN). Material in this section is based on recommendations in ISCN 2005. Earlier reports have also been consulted. Human chromosomes are numbered from largest to smallest from 1 to 22. There are 2 additional chromosomes, X and Y. The numbered chromosomes are known as autosomes, X and Y as the
Chromosomes are dark-staining, threadlike structures in the cell nucleus composed of DNA and chromatin that carry genetic information (definition after Nussbaum et al and Mueller and Young). Formalized standard nomenclature for human chromosomes dates from 1960 and, since 1978, has been known as the International System for Human Cytogenetic Nomenclature (ISCN). Material in this section is based on recommendations in ISCN 2005. Earlier reports have also been consulted. Human chromosomes are numbered from largest to smallest from 1 to 22. There are 2 additional chromosomes, X and Y. The numbered chromosomes are known as autosomes, X and Y as the
Accumulating evidence converges on the possibility that chromosomes interact with each other to regulate transcription in trans. To systematically explore the epigenetic dimension of such interactions, we devised a strategy termed circular chromosome conformation capture (4C). This approach involves …
Humans and great apes differ in chromosome numbers-humans have 46 while apes have 48. The difference is claimed to be due to the "end-to-end fusion" of two small, ape-like chromosomes in a human-ape ancestor that joined in the distant past and formed human chromosome 2. This idea was first proposed by researchers who noticed that humans and chimps share similar chromosomal staining patterns when observed under a microscope.1 However, humans and chimps also have regions of their chromosomes that do not share common staining patterns.. Supposed proof for the alleged fusion came in 1991, when researchers discovered a fusion-like DNA sequence about 800 bases in length on human chromosome 2.2 However, it was unexpectedly small in size and extremely degenerate. More importantly, this new fusion-like sequence wasnt what the researchers were expecting to find since it contained a signature never seen before. All known fusions in living animals are associated with a sequence called satellite DNA ...
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Ross argues that the chromosomal evidence that humans and the higher apes have a different number of chromosomes is invalid or misunderstood. In the early 1990s, it was discovered that human chromosome two is an end-to-end-fusion of two ape chromosomes. A close examination of chromosome two revealed that, while the other twenty-two chromosomes have one centromere, or central segment, human chromosome two has an extra non-functional centromere. Furthermore, while every chromosome has end segments known as telomeres, human chromosome two has inactive adjacent telomere segments in the middle of the chromosome. It is argued that, sometime in our early past, there was a translocation of two chromosomes to form Chromosome two. Ross argues that such a translocation could not possibly have happened because this would be "catastrophic for the organism" and would result in death ...
This gene encodes a DNA damage response protein. The encoded protein may play a role in G2/M checkpoint arrest via maintenance of inhibitory phosphorylation of cyclin-dependent kinase 1. Mutations in this gene have been associated with primary autosomal recessive microcephaly 1 and premature chromosome condensation syndrome. Alternatively spliced transcript variants have been described. [provided by RefSeq, Feb 2010 ...
TY - CHAP. T1 - Centromeric index versus DNA content flow karyotypes of human chromosomes measured by means of slit-scan flow cytometry. AU - Lucas, J. N.. AU - Gray, Joe. PY - 1987. Y1 - 1987. UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=0023254655&partnerID=8YFLogxK. UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/citedby.url?scp=0023254655&partnerID=8YFLogxK. M3 - Chapter. C2 - 3595351. AN - SCOPUS:0023254655. VL - 8. SP - 273. EP - 279. BT - Cytometry. ER - ...
The term refers to the light and dark pattern, seen after staining with a dye, of individual chromosomes identified in metaphase. It is only in meiosis and mitosis during metaphase that chromosomes can be easily identified, during the normal cell life (interphase) the chromosomes are unravelled and distributed within the nucleus in chromosome territories. A band is that part of a chromosome which is clearly distinguishable from nearby regions by appearing darker or brighter with one or more banding techniques. Depending on the type of stain used a number of different banding patterns can be seen: ...
The term refers to the light and dark pattern, seen after staining with a dye, of individual chromosomes identified in metaphase. It is only in meiosis and mitosis during metaphase that chromosomes can be easily identified, during the normal cell life (interphase) the chromosomes are unravelled and distributed within the nucleus in chromosome territories. A band is that part of a chromosome which is clearly distinguishable from nearby regions by appearing darker or brighter with one or more banding techniques. Depending on the type of stain used a number of different banding patterns can be seen: ...
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Multicolor fluorescence in-situ hybridization (M-FISH) techniques provide color karyotyping that allows simultaneous analysis of numerical and structural abnormalities of whole human chromosomes. Chromosomes are stained ...
Canine chromosomes contains more mathematical germinal cell possibilities than the human chromosome! Amazing! Genetics depend on genes that contain DNA, strung into a chromosome that...
We additional showed the mTOR pathway to be essential in regulating OXPHOS in breast cancer cells and observed that manipu lation Maraviroc CCR5 阻害剤 of express
Replication times for all important chromosome bands, of both types R and Q (277 structures) are analysed. - The R-bands form a group of structures whose DNA replicates during the early S-phase, while
M-FISH images are difficult to interpret because the emis-sion spectra of fluorochrome marked DNA probes over-lap with each other and with the tissues intrinsic auto-fluorescence.
One of the most popularized molecular arguments for human-primate evolution is the hypothetical prehistoric head-to-head fusion of two primate chromosomes (corresponding to 2A and 2B in chimpanzee) to form human chromosome number 2. 1,2 Popular reviews on this subject often include a simplified drawing depicting how the putative fusion of two small acrocentric5 ape-like precursor…
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You are examining three different genes, a, b, and c. They all reside on the same chromosome and you want to know the order of the genes along the chromosome. You determine that genes a and b are 10 cM apart, b and c are 2 cM apart and that a and c are 8 cM apart. What is the order of these genes ...
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Each chromosome is a pair of distinct, separate DNA molecules. A chromosome of an eukaryotic cell nucleus is a (long) helix of two linear molecules and so has two ends, which are called telomeres. DNA naturally forms a double helix with its complementary DNA molecule, and the double helix can further curl in what are called supercoils.. In humans, the chromosomes occur in 23 pairs (totaling 46). Except for the sex chromosome pair, each member of the pair is identical in appearance in a karyotype (picture) and each such pair has a number assigned from 1 to 22; the numbering generally follows the size of the chromosome, with chromosome 1 being the longest. In mammals, the sex chromosomes in a male are quite different in size and are labelled X and Y; a female has two identical X chromosomes.. ...
Human chromosome 20 has not been sufficiently mapped, as only four DNA probes detecting RFLPs and 18 genes have been assigned to this chromosome. Using a chromosome 20-specific library to isolate and characterize new low-copy DNA probes, we found a new polymorphic DNA probe (pS43), which is assigned to human chromosome 20q13.. Note: Institut fur Humangenetik der Universitat, Gottingen, Federal Republic of Germany.. ...
Two simple models can be envisaged: either cohesins are needed to activate condensin function or, alternatively, cohesins are required to ensure correct chromosome folding by condensins. These models can be distinguished by following the state of the mitotic chromosomes after a loss of cohesin activity. In the first scenario, the chromosomes remain in an interphase state, and thus would condense upon the readdition of cohesin and the subsequent "activation" of condensin. In contrast, the latter scenario predicts that misfolded chromosomes would result from the inappropriate action of condensin, and these would likely prove refractory to refolding. To test this, we asked whether chromosome condensation is reversible in the cohesin mutant mcd1-1. In contrast to both the brn1-9 and ycg1-2 condensin mutants, the condensation defect in the mcd1-1 strain was not reversible (Fig. 7 B). One trivial explanation is that no new functional Mcd1-1p protein is made after the shift to the permissive ...
The Robertsonsian fusion that formed human chromosome number two (from ancestral 2A and 2B, as it is preserved in the other apes) should have caused a serious reproductive barrier, overcome only by consanguity of the highest order; mating amongst first-degree relatives. Any breeding outside the immediate family would have lead to unacceptable chromosomal imbalances. No aneuploidy of human #2 (p or q or all) has ever survived. I cannot imagine a scenario in which this fusion (2a and 2b) could have survived, and become fixed in our species, unless immediately followed by consanguity in our lineage. I often mention this paradox to my Genetics students and I have searched the literature but I have never found a better explanation nor a statement in a textbook that all of us (humans) are descendants from an incestuous family. Yet it is apparent from the facts (explained above) that we are. The explanation that the complete chromosome two is ancestral and that the lineages of the other apes ...