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Deletion

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Chromosome Deletion (70% of AS individuals)

 

Gene deletion: The total loss or absence of a segment of DNA causing different types of births defects.  It can be small, involving a single missing DNA base pair, or large involving a piece of a chromosome.                              

 

 

 

The reasons could be:

 

  • absence of reverse mutation

  • presence of a deletion loop at meiosis visualized cytologically
  • revealing of recessive lethals
  • pseudodominance[1][2]

http://www.embryology.ch/images/kimgchromaber/02abweichende/k2c_deletion.gif [3]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Footnotes

  1. Mark, Lefers. 11 Jun 2004. Web. 1 Nov 2009. .
  2. 23 Oct 2009. Web. 1 Nov 2009. .
  3. 2009. Online course in embryology for medicine students, Web. 1 Nov 2009. .

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