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Translocation t(1;17)(q12;q25) with a clinical picture like of a proximal deletion of 1q: identification by in situ hybridization with chromosome 1-specific satellite DNA probes


, : Translocation t(1;17)(q12;q25) with a clinical picture like of a proximal deletion of 1q: identification by in situ hybridization with chromosome 1-specific satellite DNA probes. Human Genetics 86(2): 173-174

The authors report a case of a balanced 1;17 translocation with breakpoints located in the secondary constriction of chromosome 1. This translocation is associated with pathological symptoms similar to those observed following a proximal deletion of 1q. We request contact with colleques who have observed similar, or related, cases of translocation with breakpoints in heterochromatic regions of human chromosomes.

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