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.

karyotyping

preparation of a karyotype.
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The patients with clinical presentation of DSD who were labeled XY on karyotyping were included in the study, whereas patients without karyotyping results, mixed sex chromosome or XX Karyotypes were excluded from the study.
Gene mutations and expression levels can be used as an adjunct to the karyotyping to improve risk stratification, understanding and management of AML patients.
For a small extramarker chromosome, karyotyping is not always possible to determine the chromosomal origin, copy number, and duplication/deletion size of the marker.
Karyotyping and Y chromosome study should be an important second line investigation to determine the causes of male infertility in patients with azoospermia or oligozoospermia.
Deletions of these regions are generally not detectable or may be missed by conventional karyotyping.
Karyotyping can detect chromosomal anomalies at the microscopic level of 5Mb with 35% accuracy.
We note that other researchers have also observed discrepancies between sequencing and the traditional karyotyping methods (10).
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Microarray analysis, paired with karyotyping, can elucidate ultrasound-identified fetal anomalies
The expert said that the medical panel had conducted various tests such as collecting blood samples, other clinical tests, MRI, ultrasonography, hormonal study, and chromosomal test or Karyotyping.
Karyotyping of the patients were done from the Agha Khan University Hospital Karachi.