unbalanced translocation

un·bal·anced trans·lo·ca·tion

condition resulting from fertilization of a gamete containing a translocation chromosome by a normal gamete; if this abnormality is compatible with life, the individual would have 46 chromosomes but a segment of the translocation chromosome would be represented three times in each cell and a partial or complete trisomic state would exist.

un·bal·anced trans·lo·ca·tion

(ŭn-băl'ănst trans'lō-kā'shŭn)
Condition resulting from fertilization of a gamete containing a translocation chromosome by a normal gamete; if this abnormality is compatible with life, the person has 46 chromosomes but a segment of the translocation chromosome is represented three times in each cell and a partial or complete trisomic state exists.
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Initially, Sovani et al (23) identified clonal chromosomal abnormalities including loss of a chromosome 6; extra material of unknown origin attached to the long arm of chromosome 12; and an unbalanced translocation involving the short arm of a chromosome 6 and the long arm of a chromosome 14 in a case of OFMT.
The DS cases with unbalanced translocation usually are de novo and nearly 25% result from familial transmission.
The male patient was diagnosed with a balanced three-way reciprocal translocation after his female partner suffered repeated miscarriages and an elective abortion due to the fact that the embryo was affected with an unbalanced translocation.
Should a structural rearrangement occur in repetitive sequences, this step would remove the actual event; however, we chose to implement this step here to emphasize that the putative fetal de novo unbalanced translocation for plasma C occurred in a background of unique sequences.
One with an unbalanced translocation (11 and 13) of maternal origin, a strictly genetic anomaly.
Three children with an unbalanced translocation resulting in partial Trisomy 8 and partial Monosomy 12 survived in this family, and all had dysmorphic features and severe intellectual handicap.
A woman pregnant with a male fetus affected by an unbalanced translocation (46,XY, der(14;21)(q10;q10), + 21) was recruited with informed consent.
Chromosomal abnormalities, including trisomy 21 and an unbalanced translocation, were detected by aCGH in two infants.
A karyotypic abnormality in SPENP has been described in a 43-year-old black woman; the abnormality consisted of an unbalanced translocation between chromosomes 13 and 17: der(17)t(13:17)(q14:p11).
5) Abnormal segregation during meiosis can result in sperm with unbalanced translocations (i.
Recent data from a study from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) reveal that the prenatal detection rates for aneuploidy and unbalanced translocations are comparable between microarray analysis and karyotyping.