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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Two Cases Of Y;autosome Translocations: A 45,x Male And A Clinically Trisomy 18 Patient
Author: Farah S.B.
Ramos C.F.
De Mello M.P.
Sartorato E.L.
Horelli-Kuitunen N.
Lopes V.L.G.S.
Cavalcanti D.P.
Hackel C.
Abstract: We report on 2 cases of Y; autosome translocations. One is a male with normal external genitalia and 45,X karyotype without evidence of mosaicism or apparent translocation on cytogenetic analysis. In situ hybridization showed that the euchromatic portion of the Y-chromosome is translocated to the chromosome 15. The other case is a clinically trisomy 18 male patient, with modal number of 46, a small metacentric marker with appearance of an i(18p) and cytogenetic and molecular evidence of Y;18 translocation. The occurrence of Y;18 translocation associated with clinical signs of trisomy 18 is reported here for the first time.
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Date Issue: 1994
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