Karyotyping


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Karyotyping

A laboratory test used to study an individual's chromosome make-up. Chromosomes are separated from cells, stained, and arranged in order from largest to smallest so that their number and structure can be studied under a microscope.
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Although isolated PLSVC is thought to be a benign vascular variant and has good prognosis, some authors have asserted that fetal karyotyping should be routinely offered whenever PLSVC is detected prenatally, based on the possibility of missing some cardiac anomalies and obscure extracardiac anomalies suggesting aneuploidy (16,17).
Then 2-4 ml venous blood was collected in sodium heparinised vacutainer with aseptic precautions and sent for karyotyping.
For chromosome analysis, karyotyping is advised, which is an ordered pairing of homologous chromosomes.7 The changes in the number or structure of the chromosomes can be identified with the help of this analysis (Karyotyping).
Further, through fine karyotyping analysis, each individual somatic metaphase chromosome can be easily identified (He et al., 2015).
A general approach to investigation of DSD includes karyotyping and locating gonads by palpation, ultrasound or other imaging techniques.
G-banded karyotyping of placental tissue revealed a 48,XXX,+18 karyotype (Figure 3(a)).
Many mutations and karyotyping abnormalities are associated with AML prognosis.
Quantitative karyotyping and dual-color FISH mapping of 5S and 18S-25S rDNA probes in the cultivated Phaseolus species (Leguminosae).
The couple was offered fetal karyotyping. They opted for termination of the pregnancy.
Tenders are invited for Automated Cytogenetics Karyotyping Platform
[3,4] Conventional karyotyping has been the gold standard for the cytogenetic analysis of products of SM.