No BAC Clones Chromosome band
Position in the Genome (bp) position 1.
Each chromosome arm includes at least 1 (18p and Yp) and up to 6 (2q, 4q, and 5q) hybridization sites, each assigned to a specific chromosome band
. Subtelomeric and paracentromeric sequences are assigned a pure color (aqua, yellow, and red for pter, centromere, and qter, respectively), and interstitial bands are assigned either a pure (far red or green) or a hybrid (fusion) color.
Fernandez-Prieto et al., "Interstitial microdeletions including the chromosome band
4q13.2 and the UBA6 gene as possible causes of intellectual disability and behavior disorder," American Journal of Medical Genetics, Part A, vol.
Based on the above results, we detected amplification of genes at chromosome band
3q24-28 by PCR in the cell lines.
However, cytogenetic analysis has limitations such as low mitotic index, low chromosome band
resolution, poor banding quality, and condensed or fuzzy appearance of the chromosomes.
(1990) Mapping chromosome band
11q23 in human acute leukemia with biotinylated probes: identification of 11q23 translocation breakpoints with a yeast artificial chromosome.
Statistical analysis of chromosome band
data revealed only three chromosomal bands (2q21, 9q12, and 10q14) to be statistically fragile in the Lohi sheep genome (Table 3).
[sup] In cases with t (8;13) (p11;q12), the FGFR1 gene at chromosome band
8p11 is fused with the ZNF198 (or ZMYM2 ) gene on 13q12.37.
NFIB rearrangement in superficial retroperitoneal and colonic lipomas with aberrations involving chromosome band
A translocation involving the EWS gene on chromosome band
22q12 and other partners, most frequently the FLU gene on chromosome band
11q24, is typical for EWS/PNET and there are several different subtypes of the EWS/FLU fusion transcripts.