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Search Results for: balanced translocation

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Glossary

...any of the numbered chromosomes, 1-22. Balanced translocation also known as a balanced reciprocal translocation, this is when two pieces of a chromosome (usually from different chromosomes) have ‘swapped places’,...

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People

Gillian Manvell

...was born with an unbalanced translocation (deletion 10p13pter/duplication 5q35.2qter) and I discovered that I carry a 5q;10p balanced reciprocaltranslocation. I contacted Edna and was met with great kindness and patience....

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Edna Knight MBE

...a partial duplication of short arm of chromosome 9. Claire, who is Jack ’ s Mum, has a balanced insertional translocation like myself. Wendy is 52, attends a Skills Development...

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Ben Stern

I initially became involved with Unique shortly after my second daughter, India, was diagnosed with an unbalanced translocation (duplication 18q21.1 to qter, deletion 18p11.32). At the time she was three...

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Balanced Translocations Greek

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Balanced Translocations

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4p 8p Translocation

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11 22 Translocation

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4p 8p Translocation Russian

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Balanced Insertional Translocations

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