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Chromosome Aberrations

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  • 1.   A case of ADHD and a major Y chromosome abnormality

    This case report discusses a male child with attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity and a major de-novo Y chromosome abnormality consisting of deletion of the long arm and duplication of the short arm

    J Atten Disord, Vol: 12 Page: 103-5 July 2008
    A. Mulligan; M. Gill; M. Fitzgerald

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  • 2.   Are gains of chromosomal regions 7q and 11p important abnormalities in neuroblastoma?

    The aim of this study was to examine if gains of chromosomal regions 7q and 11p are important abnormalities in neuroblastoma

    Cancer Genet Cytogenet, Vol: 140 Page: 133-7 January 2003
    R. L. Stallings; J. Howard; A. Dunlop; M. Mullarkey; M. McDermott; F. Breatnach; A. O'Meara

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  • 3.   Comparative genomic hybridization in pediatric acute lymphoblastic leukemia

    The aim of this study was to examine comparative genomic hybridization in pediatric acute lymphoblastic leukemia

    Pediatr Hematol Oncol, Vol: 17 Page: 141-7 March 2000
    M. Rice; C. J. Breen; A. O'Meara; F. Breatnach; A. S. O'Marcaigh; R. L. Stallings

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  • 4.   Coordinate deletion of chromosome 3p and 11q in neuroblastoma detected by comparative genomic hybridization

    The aim of this study was to provide insight into some of the less commonly observed abnormalities in neuroblastoma, by performing comparative genomic hybridization analysis on 24 primary and metastatic neuroblastomas

    Cancer Genet Cytogenet, Vol: 120 Page: 44-9 July 2000
    C. J. Breen; A. O'Meara; M. McDermott; M. Mullarkey; R. L. Stallings

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  • 5.   Enteric nervous system and developmental abnormalities in childhood

    This article reports on the enteric nervous system and developmental abnormalities in childhood

    Pediatr Surg Int, Vol: 22 Page: 945-59 December 2006
    T. S. Paran; U. Rolle; P. Puri

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  • 6.   Genetic abnormalities in a pre and post-chemotherapy hepatoblastoma

    This case report discusses a case of genetic abnormailites in pre and post-chemotherapy hepatoblastoma

    Cytogenet Cell Genet, Vol: 95 Page: 9-11 2001
    M. Mullarkey; C. J. Breen; M. McDermott; A. O'Meara; R. L. Stallings

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  • 7.   Integration of conventional cytogenetics, comparative genomic hybridisation and interphase fluorescence in situ hybridisation for the detection of genomic rearrangements in acute leukaemia

    The aim of this study was to screen for genomic imbalances in patients with acute leukaemia using conventional and molecular and fluorescence in situ hybridisation methods

    J Clin Pathol, Vol: 61 Page: 903-8 August 2008
    P. McGrattan; S. Campbell; R. Cuthbert; F. G. Jones; M. F. McMullin; M. Humphreys

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  • 8.   Non-multifactorial neural tube defects

    This article discusses known chromosome alterations and the candidate genes residing in the altered region, as well as syndromes associated with neural tube defects and causative genes, if known

    Am J Med Genet C Semin Med Genet, Vol: 135C Page: 69-76 May 2005
    S. A. Lynch

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  • 9.   Oligonucleotide microarray analysis of gene expression in neuroblastoma displaying loss of chromosome 11q

    The aim of this study was to examine a metaphase comparative genomic hybridization analysis in combination with oligonucleotide technology to identify patterns of gene expression that correlate with genomic imbalances in primary neuroblastic tumours

    Carcinogenesis, Vol: 25 Page: 1599-609 September 2004
    L. McArdle; M. McDermott; R. Purcell; D. Grehan; A. O'Meara; F. Breatnach; D. Catchpoole; A. C. Culhane; I. Jeffery; W. M. Gallagher; R. L. Stallings

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  • 10.   Wilms' tumor gene 1 (WT1) expression in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia: a wide range of WT1 expression levels, its impact on prognosis and minimal residual disease monitoring

    The aim of this study was to examine Wilm's tumor gene 1 expression patterns in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia

    Leukemia, Vol: 20 Page: 254-63 February 2006
    L. Boublikova; M. Kalinova; J. Ryan; F. Quinn; A. O'Marcaigh; O. Smith; P. Browne; J. Stary; S. R. McCann; J. Trka; M. Lawler

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