Microdeletion

Microdeletion: The loss of a tiny piece of a chromosome, a piece so small its absence is not apparent on ordinary examination (using a regular light microscope to look at chromosomes prepared in the usual fashion). The detection of microdeletions requires special techniques such as high-resolution chromosome banding, molecular chromosome analysis (...
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microdeletion

Loss of a piece from a chromosome that is too small to be seen through a microscope. Microdeletions require high-resolution chromosome banding, molecular chromosome analysis (with fish), or DNA analysis for detection. Disorders caused by microdeletions include angelman, digeorge, prader-willi, and williams syndromes. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Microdeletion

Engraved portrait of Dr William Stone Woods, cropped. Page 588 of A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, MO, The Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, 1896. ...
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