PMID: 123589Mar 1, 1975Paper

Reciprocal translocations in man. 3:1 Meiotic disjunction resulting in 47- or 45-chromosome offspring

Journal of Medical Genetics
R H Lindenbaum, M Bobrow

Abstract

Five cases of chromosome imbalance resulting from 3:1 disjunction of reciprocal translocations are described. A review of the literature suggests this phenomenon is more common than has previously been recognized.

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