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*  Chromosomal polymorphism
In a translocation, genetic material is transferred from one chromosome to another, either symmetrically or asymmetrically (a ... Possessing chromosomes of varying shapes is generally the result of a chromosomal translocation or chromosomal inversion. ... Similar difficulties will occur for incompatible translocations of material. Borin, Luciana Andreia; Isabel Cristina Martins- ... "The 44 Chromosome Man And What He Reveals About Our Genetic Past". The Tech Museum. Archived from the original on December 6, ...
*  HAP1 cells
Due to the nature of the translocation, no genetic material was lost. Philadelphia chromosomes are common in myeloid leukemia ... HAP1 cells are a cell line used for biomedical and genetic research. They are near haploid, having one copy of almost every ... Due to their haploidy, HAP1 cells are very useful in biomedical research and genetic experiments. When working in diploid cells ... It also possesses a reciprocal chromosomal translocation of Chromosomes 9 and 22 which created a Philadelphia chromosome. ...
*  UBE3A
These chromosomal changes include deletions, rearrangements (translocations) of genetic material, and other abnormalities. Like ... Clayton-Smith J, Laan L (February 2003). "Angelman syndrome: a review of the clinical and genetic aspects". Journal of Medical ... clinical manifestations and genetic counselling". Journal of Medical Genetics. 36 (7): 554-60. doi:10.1136/jmg.36.7.554 ( ...
*  Mutation
Chromosomal translocations: interchange of genetic parts from nonhomologous chromosomes. Interstitial deletions: an intra- ... Nonlethal mutations accumulate within the gene pool and increase the amount of genetic variation. The abundance of some genetic ... One study on genetic variations between different species of Drosophila suggests that, if a mutation changes a protein produced ... A change in the genetic structure that is not inherited from a parent, and also not passed to offspring, is called a somatic ...
*  DNA
Non-homologous recombination can be damaging to cells, as it can produce chromosomal translocations and genetic abnormalities. ... Autosome Crystallography DNA-encoded chemical library DNA microarray DNA sequencing Macromolecule Genetic disorder Genetic ... known collectively as the genetic code. The genetic code consists of three-letter 'words' called codons formed from a sequence ... The genetic information in a genome is held within genes, and the complete set of this information in an organism is called its ...
*  Forest migration
Attention must also be paid to the genetic effects translocation of plants may have to the population and surrounding ... genetic bottlenecking, and extirpation. Knowledge in the genetic structure and phenotypic limits of plant populations would ... The many unknowns about the limits of population migration, phenotypic plasticity, genetic capacity, species interaction, and ... and season length all can reduce the survivability or reproductive ability of plant species by disrupting phenology and genetic ...
*  Chromosome 22 (human)
A rearrangement (translocation) of genetic material between chromosomes 9 and 22 is associated with several types of blood ... A small extra chromosome is made up of genetic material from chromosome 22 that has been abnormally duplicated (copied). The ... Emanuel Syndrome is a translocation of chromosomes 11 and 22. Originally known as Supernumerary der(22) Syndrome, it occurs ... "Genetic variation in the 22q11 locus and susceptibility to schizophrenia". Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 99 (26): 16859-64. doi ...
*  Small cleaved cells
The disease is strongly correlated with the genetic translocation t(14;18), which results in juxtaposition of the bcl-2 proto- ... An immunohistochemical and molecular genetic (bcl-2 gene) study with comparison to follicular small cleaved cell lymphoma and ...
*  List of MeSH codes (C23)
... translocation, genetic MeSH C23.550.210.870.680 --- philadelphia chromosome MeSH C23.550.260.095 --- asphyxia MeSH C23.550. ... genetic predisposition to disease MeSH C23.550.291.687.500.500 --- anticipation, genetic MeSH C23.550.291.750 --- diseases in ... genetic MeSH C23.550.210.645.890 --- uniparental disomy MeSH C23.550.210.760 --- ring chromosomes MeSH C23.550.210.815 --- sex ...
*  List of MeSH codes (G13)
... translocation, genetic MeSH G13.920.590.175.870.680 --- philadelphia chromosome MeSH G13.920.590.175.935 --- uniparental disomy ... genetic MeSH G13.920.795 --- polymorphism, genetic MeSH G13.920.795.595 --- polymorphism, restriction fragment length MeSH ... File "2006 MeSH Trees".) MeSH G13.330.159 --- gene flow MeSH G13.330.320 --- genetic drift MeSH G13.370.180 --- chromosome ... genetic markers MeSH G13.695.650 --- penetrance MeSH G13.700.131 --- aneuploidy MeSH G13.700.131.500 --- monosomy MeSH G13.700. ...
*  Acute lymphoblastic leukemia
In childhood ALL, for example, one fusion gene translocation is often found along with six to eight other ALL-related genetic ... Below is a table with the frequencies of some cytogenetic translocations and molecular genetic abnormalities in ALL. French- ... and specific genetic abnormalities, such as translocations. Hyperdiploid cells are defined as cells with more than 50 ... Additional common genetic changes in B-cell ALL involve non-inherited mutations to PAX5 and IKZF1. In T-cell ALL, LYL1, TAL1, ...
*  Philadelphia chromosome
The Philadelphia chromosome or Philadelphia translocation is a specific genetic abnormality in chromosome 22 of leukemia cancer ... It arises from the translocation, which is termed t(9;22)(q34.1;q11.2). This means there is a translocation between chromosome ... This chromosome is defective and unusually short because of reciprocal translocation of genetic material between chromosome 9 ... Translocation results in an oncogenic BCR-ABL gene fusion that can be found on the shorter derivative 22 chromosome. This gene ...
*  Leukemia
Chronic myelogenous leukemia is associated with a genetic abnormality called the Philadelphia translocation; 95% of people with ... In addition to these genetic issues, people with chromosomal abnormalities or certain other genetic conditions have a greater ... A combination of genetic factors and environmental (non inherited) factors are believed to play a role. Risk factors include ... Clonal eosinophilias are caused by acquired genetic mutations in hematopoietic stem cells that leads to, or are associated with ...
*  Mesoblastic nephroma
This gene results from a translocation of genetic material from the ETV6 gene located on the short arm (designated p) of ... One chromosomal translocations t,(10;17)(q22;p13), has been repeatedly reported to be associated with clear cell sarcoma of the ... Based on a limited number of genetic studies (a total of 65 patients), the ETY6-NTRK3 fusion gene appears to occur in most ...
*  Greig cephalopolysyndactyly syndrome
In some cases, the condition results from a chromosomal abnormality, such as a large deletion or translocation of genetic ... Each of these genetic changes prevents one copy of the gene in each cell from producing any functional protein. It remains ... In cases of dominant inheritance, an affected person inherits the genetic mutation or chromosomal abnormality from one affected ... Different genetic changes involving the Gli3 gene can cause Greig cephalopolysyndactyly syndrome. ...
*  ETV6-NTRK3 gene fusion
... is the translocation of genetic material between the ETV6 gene located on the short arm (designated p) ...
*  Liebenberg syndrome
It involves the inappropriate enhancement of the PITX1 gene due to genetic deletions and chromosome translocations. PITX1 is a ... Liebenberg Syndrome is a result of one of two different genetic mutations. The first is a deletion upstream of the PITX1 gene ... Liebenberg Syndrome is a rare autosomal genetic disease that involves a deletion mutation upstream of the PITX1 gene, which is ... The second mutation that can cause the phenotype for Liebenberg syndrome is a translocation of chromosome 18 and chromosome 5. ...
*  Taunton National Park
"Reduced genetic diversity and significant genetic differentiation after translocation: Comparison of the remnant and ... "The importance of mating system in translocation programs: reproductive success of released male bridled nailtail wallabies". ... Park is still considered the most important for the continued survival of the species as it has the highest levels of genetic ...
*  Assisted colonization
"Assessing the benefits and risks of translocations in changing environments: a genetic perspective". Evolutionary Applications ... These often depend on the genetic structure and level of genetic variation in the source populations. The environmental ... "Assessing the benefits and risks of translocations in changing environments: a genetic perspective". Evolutionary Applications ... doi:10.1111/j.1526-100X.2010.00724.x. Thomas, C. D. (2011). "Translocation of species, climate change, and the end of trying to ...
*  R‑banding
The technique is useful for analyzing genetic deletions or chromosomal translocations that involve the telomeres of chromosomes ...
*  Neurodevelopmental disorder
... although in uncommon instances it is related to other chromosomal abnormalities such as translocation of the genetic material. ... Traditionally, genetic abnormalities in neurodevelopmental disorders were detected using karyotype analysis, which found 5% of ... Williams syndrome is caused by small deletions of genetic material from chromosome 7. The most common recurrent Copy Number ... Because of that, there are many causes of neurodevelopmental disorder, which can range from deprivation, genetic and metabolic ...
*  List of RNA-Seq bioinformatics tools
Genome arrangements result of diseases like cancer can produce aberrant genetic modifications like fusions or translocations. ... Moreover, some of them make possible to analyse and model RNA-Seq protocols.See also Genetic Simulation Resources and some ... FusionCatcher searches for novel/known somatic fusion genes, translocations, and chimeras in RNA-seq data (stranded/unstranded ... Some software are also designed to study the variability of genetic expression between samples (differential expression). ...
*  Raso lark
Widespread Translocation from Autosomes to Sex Chromosomes Preserves Genetic Variability in an Endangered Lark. Journal of ...
*  Chromosomal translocation
Genetic counseling and genetic testing are often offered to families that may carry a translocation. Most balanced ... Translocations can be balanced (in an even exchange of material with no genetic information extra or missing, and ideally full ... Chromosomal translocations between the sex chromosomes can also result in a number of genetic conditions, such as XX male ... See also the definition of a genetic locus. The translocation is the mechanism that can cause a gene to move from one linkage ...
*  Bighorn sheep
2011). "Wildlife translocation: the conservation implications of pathogen exposure and genetic heterzygosity". BMC Ecology. 11 ... These horns can weigh up to 14 kg (30 lb), while the sheep themselves weigh up to 140 kg (300 lb). Recent genetic testing ... 2016). "Phylogeographic and population genetic structure of bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) in North American deserts". Journal ...
*  ABL (gene)
The t(9;22) translocation results in the head-to-tail fusion of the BCR and ABL1 genes, leading to a fusion gene present in ... "Genetic and epigenetic silencing of microRNA-203 enhances ABL1 and BCR-ABL1 oncogene expression". Cancer Cell. 13 (6): 496-506 ...