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 Vol 7: A non-syndromic intellectual disability associated with a de novo microdeletion at 7q and 18p, microduplication at Xp, and 18q partial trisomy detected using chromosomal microarray analysis approach.


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This article is from Molecular Cytogenetics, volume 7.AbstractBackground: Chromosome abnormalities that segregate with a disease phenotype can facilitate the identification of disease loci and genes. The relationship between chromosome 18 anomalies with severe intellectual disability has attracted the attention of cytogeneticists worldwide. Duplica

Author: Pinto, Irene Plaza; Minasi, Lysa Bernardes; da Cruz, Alex Silva; de Melo, Aldaires Vieira; da Cruz e Cunha, Damiana Miriam; Pereira, Rodrigo Roncato;

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