Klinefelter


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Noun1.Klinefelter - United States physician who first described the XXY-syndrome (born in 1912)
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Wanda Klinefelter entered CCP in 2012 and attended most of her classes at the Northeast Regional Center location.
The powerhouse panel of investors includes Dave Meltzer (Sports 1 Marketing), Jeff Klinefelter (Brandable), Kim Green-Kerr (Sprint), Frank Klein (FK Restaurants), Warren Moon (Hall of Fame QB), Amilya Antoinetti (Soapworks), Didi Wong (Chakras By Didi), Dawn Lafreeda (Denny's), Peter Goldberg (PLG Ventures), Greg Dollarhyde (Veggie Grill), and many more.
Reproductive medicine and other researchers from the US, Europe, and China address the genetic basis of male and female infertility, premature ovarian failure, Klinefelter syndrome, the human Y chromosome and male infertility, the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator and male reproduction, androgen receptor signaling and male fertility, postmeiotic male germ cell differentiation from round spermatids to mature sperm, the epigenetics of sperm chromatin, and in vitro spermatogenesis and its potential clinical implications for patients.
Three weeks later, the pediatrician called Mark and his parents to tell them that the testing revealed that he had Klinefelter syndrome, or an extra X chromosome in a male.
Birmingham Children's Hospital found he had a strand of Klinefelter Syndrome only found in 10 other people.
Although some physical features are similar to Klinefelter syndrome(47,XXY), 48,XXYY is typically associated with different neuropsyhciatric symptoms and phenotypic findings.
Born with the genetic condition Klinefelter syndrome, he has suffered from chronic bowel problems since birth and, after other procedures failed to relieve the symptoms long-term, James's mum, Kate, and dad, Mick, were told a stoma and bag were the best option.
4) In rare cases, extragonadal GCTs have been associated with Klinefelter syndrome.
will grace the 2017/18 Delaware Waterfowl Stamp, and a painting of a brown trout by Jeffrey Klinefelter of Etna Green, Ind.
Klinefelter syndrome (KS), 47XXY, is the most frequent sex chromosome aberration in males, affecting 1 in 660 newborn boys.
The study suggests that over-production of XIST and genes from the inactive X chromosome are common denominators in the development of psychiatric disorders in patients with rare chromosome disorders, such as Klinefelter syndrome and Triple X syndrome, and in the general population of female psychiatric patients.
All patients with chromosomal anomalies were azoospermic ( when mature sperm are not found in the semen because of sperm production failure at various stages) and they posed one or the other feature of Klinefelter syndrome, a male genetic disorder.