karyogram


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karyogram

(ˈkærɪəʊˌɡræm)
n
(Genetics) a diagram or photograph of the chromosomes of a cell, arranged in homologous pairs and in a numbered sequence. Also called: idiogram
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Translations
cariograma
cariogramma
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Giemsa band karyogram shows chromosomes of late passage (>250 p.d.) cells.
In each case 15 metaphases were analyzed to make karyogram using Cytovision Sys.
Karyotype analysis was performed for all samples, and the karyogram appeared normal for all fetuses.
AML with NPM1 mutation, as a distinct clinicopathological entity, is usually associated with normal karyogram, leukocytosis, monocytic leukemias (French-American-British (FAB) M4 and M5a/b) and CD34 negativity [16].
For each specimen a karyogram was considered reliable when at least five different metaphases yielded the same assembly.