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chro·mo·som·al

(krō'mō-sō'măl),
Pertaining to chromosomes.

chro·mo·som·al

(krōmŏ-sōmăl)
Pertaining to chromosomes.

chro·mo·som·al

(krōmŏ-sōmăl)
Pertaining to chromosomes.
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Molina, "Chromosomal population structuring in carangids (Perciformes) between the north-eastern and southeastern coasts of Brazil," African Journal of Marine Science, vol.
Rather than expend precious time and resources collecting samples, qualified scientists from all over the world can access the cells and corresponding medical information banked at Coriell and use them for a variety of research purposes, including: discovery of new genes, studying how cells from individuals with genetic diseases or chromosomal abnormalities function, developing new ways to detect genetic diseases or chromosomal abnormalities, and the development and testing of potential treatments or cures.
One in 630 children born in Namibia has Down Syndrome, with a population of 2.2 million citizens there should be an estimated 3,400 people with this chromosomal disorder.
Chromosomal Laboratories will continue to operate from its current base in Phoenix and its employees will remain in their present positions.
Chromosomal abnormalities are a major cause of miscarriage.
Chromosomal instability has long been recognized as a hallmark of cancer.
Embryo biopsy was performed on day 5 or 6 for chromosomal analysis using Next Generation Sequensing (NGS) method.
These tumours characteristically show better prognosis compared to most other gliomas, especially in the presence of certain features such as young age at presentation, good performance status at presentation and after surgery, frontal location,and combined loss of 1p/19q.2 1p/19q chromosomal co-deletion seems to not only be a marker of better prognosis but also signifies increased response to adjuvant therapy with selective drugs.3,4 Longer progression free survival (PFS) has been noted amongst patients who had been treated for a confirmed 1p/19q co-deleted OD, although improvement in overall survival (OS) has not been definitively established.
Multiple malformations may be due to transcription factor mutations as in Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome, chromosomal abnormalities, teratogens and due to single gene disorders.
Objective: The study was carried out to see the frequencies of various chromosomal abnormalities in patients belonging to Rawalpindi and Islamabad cities, who were advised for chromosomal analysis.
Now, Philipp Maass and Anja Weise asked if a chromosomal alteration can change these determined inter-chromosomal contacts that they had studied in normal nuclei of healthy individuals.
These chromosomal aberrations are seen in the fetus in one out of 2,000 pregnant women.