A Deletion In Chromosome 6q Is Associated With Human Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE C20orf133 gene is disrupted in a patient

chromosome,7 six had a ring chromosome X or Y71516and one a 45,X karyotype.17 The reported autosomal abnormalities include an interstitial duplication of 1p13.1p22.1,18 a paracentric inversion of the short arm of chromosome 4,19 partial monosomy 6q and/or partial trisomy 12q,20 balanced transloca-tion between 15q and 17q,21 and pseudodicentric

A deletion in chromosome 6q is associated with human

A deletion in chromosome 6q is associated with human abdominal aortic aneurysm Erik BIROS ∗, Corey S. MORAN , Philip J. WALKER†, John CARDINAL‡ and Jonathan GOLLEDGE § ∗The Vascular Biology Unit, Queensland Research Centre for Peripheral Vascular Disease, School of Medicine and Dentistry, James Cook University, Townsville, QLD 4811

The C20orf133 gene is disrupted in a patient with Kabuki syndrome

Jun 23, 2007 duplication of 1p13.1p22.1,[17] a paracentric inversion of the short arm of chromosome 4,[18] partial monosomy 6q and/or partial trisomy 12q,[19] balanced translocation between 15q and 17q,[20] and pseudodicentric chromosome 13.[21] Given the incidence of heart defects, cleft palate, and the