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A rare case of aniridia and balanced translocation (5;11) (p15.3; q22) arising in the same subject: A challenge for genetic counseling
(Medecine Et HygieneGeneva 4Suíça, 2006)
Chromosome banding patterns of four species of bats, with special reference to a case of X-autosome translocation
The karyotypes of 4 species of bats, Artibeus lituratus (Phyllostomatidae), Pipistrellus pipistrellus (Vespertilionidae), Pteropus alecto and P. giganteus (Pteropodidae), were studied after several banding techniques. For ...
Temporal genetic dynamics of reintroduced and translocated populations of the endangered golden lion tamarin (Leontopithecus rosalia)
Reintroductions—captive-born animals introduced into the species’ original distribution area—and translocations—free-living animals transferred to another location within the historical distribution area—are important ...
Translocation (4;14) and concomitant inv(14) in a basal cell carcinoma
Chromosome analysis of short-term cultures from a basal cell carcinoma was performed. The analyzed karyotypes showed a pseudodiploid clone characterized by a der(4)t(4;14)(p14;p11) and a concomitant inversion of the same ...
X monosomy and balanced Robertsonian translocation in a girl with Turner Syndrome
(Sociedade Brasileira de Genética, 2006-01-01)
We describe a case of X monosomy associated with a maternally inherited t(13;14) Robertsonian translocation in a girl with Turner syndrome. The girl's X chromosome was demonstrated to be maternally inherited, ruling out ...
SYNAPTONEMAL COMPLEX-ANALYSIS IN GOATS CARRYING THE 5/15 ROBERTSONIAN TRANSLOCATION
(Elsevier B.V., 1994-01-01)
Synaptonemal complexes were analysed by electron microscopy in 2 bucks heterozygous for the 5/15 Robertsonian translocation. The cis configuration (free homologous 5 and 15 chromosomes on the same side of the 5/15 translocated ...
Knots can impair protein degradation by ATP-dependent proteases
(National Academy of Sciences, 2017)
ATP-dependent proteases translocate proteins through a narrow pore for their controlled destruction. However, how a protein substrate containing a knotted topology affects this process remains unknown. Here, we characterized ...