Latest Cytogenetics Stories
Plants adapt to the local weather and soil conditions in which they grow, and these environmental adaptations are known to evolve over thousands of years as mutations slowly accumulate in plants' genetic code.
A study of DNA rearrangements in roundworm chromosomes may offer new insight into large-scale genome duplications that occur in developing tumors.
Washington State University researchers have confirmed a critical step in cell division that results in age-related miscarriages and birth defects, including Down syndrome.
The evolution and diversification of the more than 300,000 living species of flowering plants may have been "jump started" much earlier than previously calculated, a new study indicates.
Four Mexican Laboratories Selected for Cytogenetics Standardization Pilot Project MEXICO CITY, April 8, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A workshop being held today will serve as the launch of a unique project that unites the American Society of Hematology (ASH), the Agrupacion Mexicana para el Estudio de la Hematologia (AMEH), and the National Cancer Institute (NCI) in pursuit of a common goal: improving the care of patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML).
Vive le difference? Not at the level of DNA.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., March 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The launch of a new, non-invasive test for the identification of Turner syndrome (TS) was announced today by JS Genetics. The test, XCAT-TS, is a simple cheek swab that identifies girls with Turner syndrome.
As a child grows, a short stature is not usually cause for concern, but it is often the only sign of a condition called Turner syndrome.
In 1980 in the United States, approximately 4.5% of all pregnant women were of advanced maternal age.
The genes that make up the human genome were mapped by HUGO, the Human Genome Organisation, and published in 2001.
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