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Molecular analysis of male-viable deletions and duplications allows ordering of 52 DNA probes on proximal Xq

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Cremers, FP, van de Pol, TJ, Wieringa, B, Hofker, MH, Pearson, PL, Pfeiffer, RA, Mikkelsen, M, Tabor, A & Ropers, HH 1988, 'Molecular analysis of male-viable deletions and duplications allows ordering of 52 DNA probes on proximal Xq' American Journal of Human Genetics, vol. 43, no. 4, pp. 452-61.

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Cremers, F. P., van de Pol, T. J., Wieringa, B., Hofker, M. H., Pearson, P. L., Pfeiffer, R. A., ... Ropers, H. H. (1988). Molecular analysis of male-viable deletions and duplications allows ordering of 52 DNA probes on proximal Xq. American Journal of Human Genetics, 43(4), 452-61.

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Cremers FP, van de Pol TJ, Wieringa B, Hofker MH, Pearson PL, Pfeiffer RA, Mikkelsen M, Tabor A, Ropers HH. 1988. Molecular analysis of male-viable deletions and duplications allows ordering of 52 DNA probes on proximal Xq. American Journal of Human Genetics. 43(4):452-61.

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Cremers FP, van de Pol TJ, Wieringa B, Hofker MH, Pearson PL, Pfeiffer RA et al. Molecular analysis of male-viable deletions and duplications allows ordering of 52 DNA probes on proximal Xq. American Journal of Human Genetics. 1988 Oct;43(4):452-61.

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Cremers, F P ; van de Pol, T J ; Wieringa, B ; Hofker, M H ; Pearson, P L ; Pfeiffer, R A ; Mikkelsen, M ; Tabor, A ; Ropers, H H. / Molecular analysis of male-viable deletions and duplications allows ordering of 52 DNA probes on proximal Xq. In: American Journal of Human Genetics. 1988 ; Vol. 43, No. 4. pp. 452-61.

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title = "Molecular analysis of male-viable deletions and duplications allows ordering of 52 DNA probes on proximal Xq",
abstract = "While performing a systematic search for chromosomal microdeletions in patients with clinically complex X-linked syndromes, we have observed that large male-viable deletions and duplications are clustered in heterochromatic regions of the X chromosome. Apart from the Xp21 band, where numerous deletions have been found that encompass the Duchenne muscular dystrophy gene, an increasing number of deletions and duplications have been observed that span (part of) the Xq21 segment. To refine the molecular and genetic map of this region, we have employed 52 cloned single-copy DNA sequences from the Xcen-q22 segment to characterize two partly overlapping tandem duplications and two interstitial deletions on the proximal long arm of the human X chromosome. Together with a panel of somatic cell hybrids that had been described earlier, these four rearrangements enabled us to order the 52 probes into nine different groups and to narrow the regional assignment of several genes, including those for tapetochoroidal dystrophy and anhidrotic ectodermal dysplasia.",
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RIS

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AU - Cremers, F P

AU - van de Pol, T J

AU - Wieringa, B

AU - Hofker, M H

AU - Pearson, P L

AU - Pfeiffer, R A

AU - Mikkelsen, M

AU - Tabor, A

AU - Ropers, H H

PY - 1988/10

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N2 - While performing a systematic search for chromosomal microdeletions in patients with clinically complex X-linked syndromes, we have observed that large male-viable deletions and duplications are clustered in heterochromatic regions of the X chromosome. Apart from the Xp21 band, where numerous deletions have been found that encompass the Duchenne muscular dystrophy gene, an increasing number of deletions and duplications have been observed that span (part of) the Xq21 segment. To refine the molecular and genetic map of this region, we have employed 52 cloned single-copy DNA sequences from the Xcen-q22 segment to characterize two partly overlapping tandem duplications and two interstitial deletions on the proximal long arm of the human X chromosome. Together with a panel of somatic cell hybrids that had been described earlier, these four rearrangements enabled us to order the 52 probes into nine different groups and to narrow the regional assignment of several genes, including those for tapetochoroidal dystrophy and anhidrotic ectodermal dysplasia.

AB - While performing a systematic search for chromosomal microdeletions in patients with clinically complex X-linked syndromes, we have observed that large male-viable deletions and duplications are clustered in heterochromatic regions of the X chromosome. Apart from the Xp21 band, where numerous deletions have been found that encompass the Duchenne muscular dystrophy gene, an increasing number of deletions and duplications have been observed that span (part of) the Xq21 segment. To refine the molecular and genetic map of this region, we have employed 52 cloned single-copy DNA sequences from the Xcen-q22 segment to characterize two partly overlapping tandem duplications and two interstitial deletions on the proximal long arm of the human X chromosome. Together with a panel of somatic cell hybrids that had been described earlier, these four rearrangements enabled us to order the 52 probes into nine different groups and to narrow the regional assignment of several genes, including those for tapetochoroidal dystrophy and anhidrotic ectodermal dysplasia.

KW - Chromosome Banding

KW - Chromosome Deletion

KW - DNA/genetics

KW - Female

KW - Genetic Linkage

KW - Genetic Markers

KW - Heterochromatin

KW - Karyotyping

KW - Male

KW - X Chromosome

M3 - Journal article

VL - 43

SP - 452

EP - 461

JO - American Journal of Human Genetics

JF - American Journal of Human Genetics

SN - 0002-9297

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ER -

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