Chromosome 12

Rcjohnsen rcjohnsen at aol.com
Tue Mar 13 00:33:42 EST 2001


<< Subject: Chromosome 12
From: Axelrod1953 at aol.com
Date: Mon, Mar 12, 2001 7:12 AM
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Where can a lay person find out information about a child born with 
deviations of this chromosome?  There  is  "translocation" of segments 
involved in her deviation that has caused birth defects.

Thanks to anyone who can help.

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Where can a lay person find out information about a child born with 

deviations of this chromosome? &nbsp;There &nbsp;is &nbsp;"translocation" of
segments 

involved in her deviation that has caused birth defects.


Thanks to anyone who can help.

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Dorothy Warburton, Julianne Byrne, Nina Canki
Chromosome anomalies and prenatal development: an atlas(Oxford University Press
1991, New York, ISBN:0195051459).

This book may be too technical for you for you must also know what the other
chromosome is that 12 is translocated to and what deficiencies or duplications
of which chromosomes may be present.  The doctors that diagnosed this condition
would be your best bet for an explanation

You might also go to   the web site
http://www.selu.com/bio/cyto/human/

scroll downh to web sites in genetics to A gene map of the human genome and go
to the human map of 98.  This is a map of each chromosome and some of the genes
along it.  Further down it allows one to post questions concerning
abnormalities.  If all this fails contanct me again.
Roger






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