uniparental


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uniparental

(ū″nĭ-pă-rĕn′tĭl) [″ + ″]
Relating to or derived from a single parent.
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An increase in the incidence is expected, as uniparental disomy is more common in older mothers.
The proportion of uniparental disomy is increased in Prader-Willi syndrome due to an advanced maternal childbearing age in Korea.
Esta tipologia de familia uniparental presenta mayor riesgo debido a que en ocasiones no cuenta con redes de apoyo o estas son debiles, y a la par deben cumplir con sus obligaciones laborales y familiares, situacion que ya habia sido observada en el estudio realizado a esta misma poblacion (Morales- Boija, Ramirez-Quenguan y Rendon-Campo, 2016, p.
Bolton, "Prader-Willi syndrome--a study comparing deletion and uniparental disomy cases with reference to autism spectrum disorders," European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, vol.
Carbone, "Sexual reproduction in aspergillus flavus sclerotia: Acquisition of novel alleles from soil populations and uniparental mitochondrial inheritance," PLoS ONE, vol.
Robertsonian translocations (ROBs) are whole arm rearrangements involving the acrocentric 13-15 and 21-22 chromosomes and carriers are at increased risk for aneuploidy and thus uniparental disomy (UPD).
These are helpful in detecting issues such as loss of heterozygosity (LOH; for example uniparental disomy of a chromosome).
In addition, the technology can identify haploidy and many cases of uniparental isodisomy (UPiD), two additional types of chromosome abnormalities that may be missed on other PGS platforms.
Cabe recordar que debido a que el ADNmt es un marcador genetico uniparental, el aporte genetico femenino y masculino varia para cada RN de Chile.
Por otro lado, la presencia de satelites ubicados en los brazos cortos de los cuatro cromosomas mas pequenos apunta hacia la ausencia de amfiplastia o dominancia nucleolar, es decir la inactivacion uniparental de transcripcion de los genes del rRNA por competencia de los organizadores nucleolares (Navashin, 1928; Preuss y Pikaard, 2007).
Chromosomal imbalances and partial uniparental disomies in primary central nervous system lymphoma.