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euploid

 [u´ploid]
1. having a balanced set or sets of chromosomes, in any number.
2. a euploid individual or cell.

eu·ploid

(yū'ployd),
Relating to euploidy.

euploid

/eu·ploid/ (u´ploid)
1. having a balanced set or sets of chromosomes, in any number.
2. a euploid individual or cell.

euploid

(yo͞o′ploid′)
adj.
Having a chromosome number that is an exact multiple of the haploid number for the species.
n.
An organism having a euploid chromosome number.

eu′ploi′dy n.

euploid

[yo̅o̅′ploid]
Etymology: Gk, eu + ploos, multiple
1 n, an individual, organism, strain, or cell whose chromosome number is an integral multiple of the normal haploid number characteristic of the species. Euploids may be as diploid, triploid, tetraploid, or polyploid.
2 adj, pertaining to such an individual, organism, strain, or cell. euploidy, n. Compare aneuploid.

eu·ploid

(yū'ployd)
Relating to euploidy.

euploid

1. Having a number of chromosomes that is an exact multiple of the HAPLOID number.
2. Having the normal number of chromosomes.

euploid

1. having a balanced set or sets of chromosomes, in any number.
2. a euploid individual or cell.
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Owing to the presence of an additional dose of fetal chromosome 21 for the affected fetuses, the normalized chromosome 21 methylation densities were significantly lower for the trisomy 21 cases than for the euploid cases (P = 0.
The implantation rate was 76% in fresh embryos transferred after day-5 trophectoderm biopsy showed them to be euploid, compared with 52% in embryos that didn't undergo aneuploidy screening.
Therefore, the ability to discern a fetal trisomy on a background of cell-free DNA from a euploid mother is really an exercise in analytical imprecision.
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The rate of euploid miscarriage among 204 first-trimester missed abortions that occurred between 1999 and 2008 in women at a single center was 53% in those with a body mass index of 25 or greater, compared with 37% in those with a BMI of less than 25.
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