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Hum Genet. 1980 Feb;53(2):179-82.

Balanced translocation (10;13) in a father, ascertained through the study of meiosis in semen, and partial trisomy 10q in his son. Characterization of the region responsible for the partial trisomy 10q syndrome.

Abstract

We describe a reciprocal translocation (10;13) in a man, ascertained through the study of meiosis in semen, and a partial trisomy 10q in his abnormal son. The phenotypic anomalies of the partial 10q trisomy syndrome are probably due to the presence in triplicate of the region q25 = to qter of chromosome 10.

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7358385
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