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chromosome loss


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chromosome loss

chromosome loss

Marker chromosomes in fetal loss.

Nonrandom Gene Loss from the Drosophila miranda Neo-Y Chromosome

Brief communication. Juvenile bare: a new hair loss mutation on chromosome 7 of the mouse

Double sterility barrier between Saccharomyces species and its breakdown in allopolyploid hybrids by chromosome loss

EGFRvIII expression and PTEN loss synergistically induce chromosomal instability and glial tumors

Immunofluorescence analysis of diazepam-induced mitotic apparatus anomalies and chromosome loss in Chinese hamster cells

The Evolutionary History of Human and Chimpanzee Y-Chromosome Gene Loss

Chromosome 11 Loss from Thymic Lymphomas Induced in Heterozygous Trp53 Mice by Phenolphthalein

Clinical value of chromosome arms 19q and 11p losses in low-grade gliomas

Chromosome 9p and 10q losses predict unfavorable outcome in low-grade gliomas

Oligonucleotide microarray analysis of gene expression in neuroblastoma displaying loss of chromosome 11q

Autosomal dominant hereditary spastic paraparesis with cognitive loss linked to chromosome 2p.

Embryo loss pattern is predominant in miscarriages with normal chromosome karyotype among women with repeated miscarriage

Reproductive outcomes in recurrent pregnancy loss associated with a parental carrier of a structural chromosome rearrangement

The Origin and Loss of the Ubiquitin Activating Enzyme Gene on the Mammalian Y Chromosome

Gene expression modulation is associated with gene amplification, supernumerary chromosomes and chromosome loss in antimony-resistant Leishmania infantum

Analysis of chromosome loss and chromosome segregation in cytokinesis-blocked human lymphocytes: non-disjunction is the prevalent mistake in chromosome segregation produced by low dose exposure to ionizing radiation

 

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Failure of a chromosome to be included in a daughter nucleus during cell division. See anaphase lag.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.


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