chromosomal abnormalities

chromosomal abnormalities

genetic abnormalities due to additional, deleted, duplicated or rearrangements of the normal 23 matched pairs, and 1 non-matched pair of sex chromosomes
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M2 PHARMA-November 1, 2017-Invitae Data Shows Novel Genetic Screening Technology Identifies Chromosomal Abnormalities Potentially Missed on Other Platforms
The Natera[R] Panorama[R] noninvasive prenatal test (NIPT) now screens twin pregnancies for zygosity and chromosomal abnormalities.
We performed CMA from peripheral blood DNA, using CytoScan[R] Optima Suite (Affymetrix) platform which is SNP array designed for targeting common chromosomal abnormalities.
Other syndromes included chromosomal abnormalities, viz.
Certain genetic conditions stem from chromosomal abnormalities such as Down's syndrome where chromosome 21 has three instead of the usual pair chromosomes.
The global non-invasive prenatal tests (NIPT) market is experiencing a double-digit growth facilitated by market drivers such as rise in average maternity age, growing incidence of chromosomal abnormalities that demand early and non-invasive detection.
Chapters are organized by general system pathology, including techniques, chromosomal abnormalities, inborn errors of metabolism, congenital disorders, pediatric forensic pathology, and transplant pathology, then organ system.
There is a huge need for foetal medicine in the country because of the high rate of genetic or chromosomal abnormalities caused by consanguineous marriages.
Babies admitted with major and minor congenital anomalies, markers of chromosomal abnormalities were subjected to karyotyping (G-banding) study.
Doctors say that genetics plays an important role in maintenance of normal spermatogenesis ( sperm production) and in about 30 per cent of infertile males, chromosomal abnormalities and gene mutations have been associated with infertility.
It includes different diseases related to blood disorders, chromosomal abnormalities and metabolic disorders.