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M A Iqbal, M Z Ahmed, D Wu, N Sakati
By using fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH), we demonstrate a case of monosomy 21 to result from an unbalanced translocation involving the short arm of chromosome 5 and the long arm of chromosome 21. Our case is compared to 3 similar cases of t(5p;21q) reported recently, which were also originally diagnosed as monosomy 21. The breakpoint on chromosome 5 in these cases occurred in the p13-p15 region, whereas the breakpoint on chromosome 21 was in the q21-q22 region. Comparison of the clinical findings in these patients demonstrated great similarities...
May 16, 1997: American Journal of Medical Genetics
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