Cytogenic


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Cy`to`gen´ic


a.1.(Biol.) Of or pertaining to cytogenesis or cell development.
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Cytogenic and molecular studies of male infertility in cases of Y chromosome balanced reciprocal translocation.
Atonal bHLH transcription factor 7 (ATOH7), located on cytogenic band 10q21.3-22.1, is a single exon gene that encodes transcription factor known to play a central role in differentiation of retinal ganglion cells (RGCs) and optic nerve formation [3].
Hamden et al., "ISCN 1985: an international system for human cytogenic nomenclature," Report of the Standing Committee on Human Cytogenic Nomenclature, p.
The cytogenic edema could be a possible cause for persisting neurological deficits in patients with severe hyperperfusion [13].
In a previous report, a 9-year-old female was referred for behaviour and language difficulties and ultimately diagnosed with autism; on physical exam, she was found to have craniofacial and cardiac anomalies typical of velocardiofacial syndrome, but cytogenic analysis revealed a 22q11.2 duplication, rather than deletion [9].
There is no case for placing Crassostrea gigas in a new genus on the basis of its known morphology; to do so would require a much more comprehensive morphometric analysis, as well as more compelling molecular and cytogenic data and wider geographic sampling (e.g., Lapegue et al.
Close monitoring of the patient using cytogenic analysis, preferably molecular test for BCR-ABL is very important in managing and understanding treatment response of patients with CML, as the response to treatment is the most important prognostic factor and should guide individual treatment.
Briand, "Cytogenic analysis of in vitro karyotype evolution in a cell line established from nonmalignant human mammary epithelium," Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics, vol.
Clark, "Novel cytogenic and neurovascular niches due to blood-brain barrier compromise in the chronic pain brain," Molecular Pain, vol.
The most common and shared cytogenic abnormality is seen on chromosome 12q.