A case of a reciprocal translocation between the Y and No. 1 chromosomes

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A reciprocal translocation between the Y and No. 1 chromosomes was found in a male infant with psychomotor retardation and infantile spasms. The karyotype was designated as 46,X,t(1; Y) (q21; q11) on the basis of G- and Q-banding analyses. Previously reported cases with Y/autosomal translocations are reviewed.

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Narahara, K., Yabuuchi, H., Kimura, S. et al. A case of a reciprocal translocation between the Y and No. 1 chromosomes. Jap J Human Genet 23, 225–231 (1978). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01872472

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Keywords

  • Cancer Research
  • Male Infant
  • Reciprocal Translocation
  • Psychomotor Retardation
  • Infantile Spasm

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