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Two families with the congenital X-linked infantile form of myotubular myopathy have been investigated by linkage analysis using markers from the X-chromosome. Linkage was found at the locus Xq28 (with DXS52). The analysis gave a peak lod score of 2.41 at the recombination fraction zero. Free...
In growth-retarded girls, shortness may be the only clinical sign of Turner syndrome. Therefore recommendations have been published that a chromosomal analysis should be carried out in every girl showing growth retardation. The present study was carried out to examine whether the head...
A father and son are described with an autosomal dominant branchial cleft syndrome resembling both the branchio-oto-renal and the branchio-oculo-facial syndrome. Both syndromes may represent variant expressions of the same autosomal dominant gene.
Fresh blood samples were collected from 103 North Karelians who had in 1981–84 participated in dietary intervention studies and analysis of the Xbal restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) of apolipoprotein B (apoB) was carried out. Reanalysis of the original plasma lipid and...
The present report concerns the clinical and cytogenetic findings in a liveborn girl with trisomy for the long arm of chromosome 20. She was the unbalanced product of a maternal t(18;20)(q23.2;q13.1) translocation. Our case is compared to the 3 previous reports of trisomy 20q associated with...
Two infertile males with sex chromosomal abnormalities and mosaic karyotype, 45,X/ 46,X,dic(Yq) and 45,X/46,X,ring(Y), had considerably changed physical findings, including tooth sizes and craniofacial dimensions. Spermatogenesis was preserved with abnormal meiotic chromosomal behaviour. Mosaic...
In this report we present precise data on the clinical, intellectual and behavioural findings in 7 young fra(X) positive girls. The two most common and most important findings are an overgrowth syndrome present from birth on and common behavioural features like severe attentional problems and...
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