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All human chromosomes were screened in 52 human breast carcinomas for the occurrence of allele losses, in order to identify genomic alterations involved in initiation and progression of the disease. Loss of chromosome 22 alleles was detected in 6 out of 8 lobular carcinomas, while chromosome 17...
We report results of cytogenetic analysis of a cell line established from a radiation induced germ cell tumor. Tumors of this type are rare, and there is only one other report of chromosome analyses of solid tumors induced by radiotherapy (Cowan et al., 1990). The cells were grown for over a...
We have used 14 DNA probes, which detect 19 different restriction enzyme length polymorphisms, to search for heterozygosity on chromosome 3 in five cell lines isolated from patients with small cell lung carcinoma. The cell lines on karyotype analysis did not show the deletion in chromosome 3...
A constitutional chromosome translocation t(1;17)(p36;q12–21) is reported in a boy with neuroblastoma. This is the first description of a cytogenetic abnormality possibly predisposing to the development of neuroblastoma.
The t(1;19) chromosomal translocation in acute lymphoblastic pre‐B cell leukemias involves the gene E2A for helix‐loop‐helix (HLH) proteins E12 and E47, ubiquitous transcriptional proteins implicated in the regulation of various lymphoid and nonlymphoid genes. To characterize the molecular...
Malignant rhabdoid tumors (MRT) are rare; thus very few cytogenetic studies of this type of tumor have been performed. We report the results of cytogenetic studies of 10 MRTs from various anatomic primary sites. Six cases had normal diploid karyotypes with no detectable rearrangements or...
We report the finding of clonal structural chromosome abnormalities in short‐term cultures from 15 squamous cell carcinomas of the head and neck region. When the distribution of chromosomal breakpoints in these 15 tumors and in the 16 head and neck carcinomas previously described are assessed,...
Two uterine leiomyomas showing involvement of bands 1p36 and 2p24 are reported. These rearrangements may indicate a new hot‐spot for chromosome changes in this neoplasia, 1p36, and confirm the existence of a specific subgroup in leiomyomas, t(1;2)(q36;p24).
We describe four cases of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia with monosomy 20 as the sole cytogenetic abnormality. These cases represent 3.4% of cytogenetically abnormal childhood ALL studied in our institute at diagnosis. The patients presented at similar age, ranging from 31 to 36 months....
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