Chromosomal translocation

What is Chromosomal translocation?

In genetics, a chromosome translocation is a chromosome abnormality caused by rearrangement of parts between nonhomologous chromosomes. A gene fusion may be created when the translocation joins two otherwise-separated genes, the occurrence of which is common in cancer.

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Am 29 yrs old & my husband is 34 ,married since 3 yrs..soon after our marriage at the age of 27 i had conceived but had to terminate my pregnancy...

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You should go for ayurvedic treatment , for this particular disease it is very helpful. Punmsavan karma therapy

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Hi,I m M.S.Rakshit,aged 30 years.I have had 2 early trimester miscarriage .The first miscarriage was spontaneous abortion at about the 5th week and...

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Hi. There are far less chances of normal pregnancies in future. But what is more important is to get a decision from your Doctor whether you can go...

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Hi Doctor,
The would be mother is suffering from balanced translocation of chromosome which resulted abnormal fetus growth(high nucal transluency)...

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Hi, I have gone through your question and understand your concerns. Presence of balanced translocation in parent has almost 50% chance of...

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Sarah, age 14 months, was born with microcephaly, small head (cranium) size and is severely retarded. Chromosome analysis indicates that she lacks...

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Hi Doctor,
The would be mother is suffering from balanced translocation of chromosome which resulted abnormal fetus growth(high nucal transluency)...

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i have been diagnosed to have CML 3 months ago. the diagnoses depends on CBC test that show WBC counting of 71000,and bone marrow biopsy that...

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