chromosomal aberration

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Related to chromosomal aberration: aneuploidy, gene mutation
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Noun1.chromosomal aberration - any change in the normal structure or number of chromosomes; often results in physical or mental abnormalities
aberrance, aberrancy, aberration, deviance - a state or condition markedly different from the norm
monosomy - chromosomal abnormality consisting of the absence of one chromosome from the normal diploid number
trisomy - chrosomal abnormality in which there is one more than the normal number of chromosomes in a cell
sex-linked disorder - any disease or abnormality that is determined by the sex hormones; "hemophilia is determined by a gene defect on an X chromosome"
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Nevertheless, there are sparse data about chromosomal aberrations induced by being in contact with this herbicide.
Structural anomalies were identified by pathology examination in 109 of the 170 chromosomal aberration specimens (64%).
Counting of MN is faster and less technically demanding than scoring of chromosomal aberrations, the MN assay has been widely used to screen for chemicals that cause these types of damage.
Bone marrow was collected from both the femurs of mice after 48 hours following final treatment for chromosomal aberration assay and the samples of untreated group served as control respectively.
Effect of lupeol on mancozeb and B(a)P-induced chromosomal aberration
There are several studies demonstrating the suitability of conventional cytogenetic techniques like chromosomal aberration test for the assessment of genotoxic effects of various toxicants using fish as bioindicator.
Earlier studies of the antimutagenic activity of green tea were to be effective in reduction chromosomal aberrations (CAs), micronucleated polychromatic erythrocytes, sister chromatid exchange (SCEs), gene forward mutation induced by various chemicals in both in vitro and in vivo system (Bhattacharya& Girl, 2012; Ito et al.
In vitro chromosomal aberration test was performed on treated as well as untreated bone marrow mesenchymal cells.
In Wistar rats this pesticide was found to increase the incidence of chromosomal aberrations, numerically but not structurally [9].
Spontaneous levels of chromosomal aberrations (CAs) are influenced by many exogenous and endogenous factors such as age, viral infections, medical treatments (chemotherapy and radiation), the presence of genotoxicants in food and in the environment (air, drinking water), immunological, hormonal and repair conditions and genetic susceptibility.
A total of 5000 cells per concentration were examined for dividing cells and chromosomal aberrations using oil immersion objective lens.