braekpoint chromosome 4q 27

Bruno Urbero bruno at infobiogen.fr
Thu Aug 24 05:10:46 EST 1995


muze at pi.net (De Muze) wrote:

>Lectori Salutem,

>what do you know about  braekpoint  chromosome 4q 27;  does it  code
>for any protein ? 

>I try to find linkage with a special phenotype of a partial trisomy
>chromesome 4 , with invertion duplication 4q26:: 32 and 4q32:: ->
>I'm a medical student trying to write an article !
>my name S. Frints ; RL- uni . -Maastricht -NL-

>Many thanks for your reply to this newsgroup or to my Emailadress.



>#####  Please send your reply to:  hvingen at cuci.nl   ######

The breakpoint 4q27 has a locus symbol B4P16 and is defined by
4q27, CY194, t(4;16)(q27;p13.3). The assignation method was
"Cytogenetic Rearrangement Contributing Directly to Phenotype"
This has been discribed by Callen DF in 1994.

All these data are in GDB (Genome Data Base) which is available
in several places (Baltimore, Paris,...). Its free for academic use.

If you need details feel free to contact me

Bruno Urbero

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