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    1. Bandyopadhyay, R; Berend, SA; Page, SL; Choo, KHA; Shaffer, LG
      Satellite III sequences on 14p and their relevance to Robertsonian translocation formation

      CHROMOSOME RESEARCH
    2. Horvath, JE; Bailey, JA; Locke, DP; Eichler, EE
      Lessons from the human genome: transitions between euchromatin and heterochromatin

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    3. Sullivan, GJ; Bridger, JM; Cuthbert, AP; Newbold, RF; Bickmore, WA; McStay, B
      Human acrocentric chromosomes with transcriptionally silent nucleolar organizer regions associate with nucleoli

      EMBO JOURNAL
    4. Wang, SY; Cruts, M; Del-Favero, J; Zhang, Y; Tissir, F; Potier, MC; Patterson, D; Nizetic, D; Bosch, A; Chen, HM; Bennett, L; Estivill, X; Kessling, A; Antonarakis, SE; van Broeckhoven, C
      A high-resolution physical map of human chromosome 21p using yeast artificial chromosomes

      GENOME RESEARCH
    5. ASSUM G; PASANTES J; GLASER B; SCHEMPP W; WOHR G
      CONCERTED EVOLUTION OF MEMBERS OF THE MULTISEQUENCE FAMILY CHAB4 LOCATED ON VARIOUS NONHOMOLOGOUS CHROMOSOMES

      Mammalian genome
    6. Lyapunova, NA; Kravets-Mandron, IA; Tsvetkova, TG
      Cytogenetics of the nucleolus organizer regions (NORs) of human chromosomes: The identification, individual variation, and chromosome distribution offour morphological functional variants of NORs

      GENETIKA
    7. Soloviev, IV; Yurov, YB; Vorsanova, SG; Marcais, B; Rogaev, EI; Kapanadze, BI; Brodyanskii, VM; Yankovsky, NK; Roizes, G
      Fluorescent in situ hybridization analysis of alpha-satellite DNA in cosmid libraries specific for human chromosomes 13, 21, and 22

      GENETIKA
    8. TAKAHASHI Y; FUJITA H; NAKAMURA Y; KURAHASHI H
      DUAL-COLOR FISH ANALYSIS OF BREAKPOINTS ON ROBERTSONIAN TRANSLOCATIONS

      Japanese journal of human genetics
    9. JORGENSEN AL
      ALPHOID REPETITIVE DNA IN HUMAN-CHROMOSOMES

      Danish medical bulletin
    10. SHIELS C; COUTELLE C; HUXLEY C
      CONTIGUOUS ARRAYS OF SATELLITE-1, SATELLITE-3, AND SATELLITE-BETA FORM A 1.5-MB DOMAIN ON CHROMOSOME 22P

      Genomics
    11. LEE C; WEVRICK R; FISHER RB; FERGUSONSMITH MA; LIN CC
      HUMAN CENTROMERIC DNAS

      Human genetics
    12. CONTE RA; KLEYMAN SM; LAUNDON C; VERMA RS
      CHARACTERIZATION OF 2 EXTREME VARIANTS INVOLVING THE SHORT ARM OF CHROMOSOME-22 - ARE THEY IDENTICAL

      Annales de genetique
    13. PAGE SL; SHIN JC; HAN JY; CHOO KHA; SHAFFER LG
      BREAKPOINT DIVERSITY ILLUSTRATES DISTINCT MECHANISMS FOR ROBERTSONIANTRANSLOCATION FORMATION

      Human molecular genetics
    14. CLARK LN; KOEHLER U; WARD DC; WIENBERG J; HEWITT JE
      ANALYSIS OF THE ORGANIZATION AND LOCALIZATION OF THE FSHD-ASSOCIATED TANDEM ARRAY IN PRIMATES - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF THE 3.3 KB REPEAT FAMILY

      Chromosoma
    15. SULLIVAN BA; JENKINS LS; KARSON EM; LEANACOX J; SCHWARTZ S
      EVIDENCE FOR STRUCTURAL HETEROGENEITY FROM MOLECULAR CYTOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF DICENTRIC ROBERTSONIAN TRANSLOCATIONS

      American journal of human genetics
    16. KAPLAN FS; OCONNOR JP
      TOPOGRAPHIC CHANGES IN A HETEROCHROMATIC CHROMOSOME BLOCK IN HUMANS (15P) DURING FORMATION OF THE NUCLEOLUS

      Chromosome research
    17. GONZALEZ IL; SYLVESTER JE
      COMPLETE SEQUENCE OF THE 43-KB HUMAN RIBOSOMAL DNA REPEAT - ANALYSIS OF THE INTERGENIC SPACER

      Genomics
    18. SAKAI K; OHTA T; MINOSHIMA S; KUDOH J; WANG YM; DEJONG PJ; SHIMIZU N
      HUMAN RIBOSOMAL-RNA GENE-CLUSTER - IDENTIFICATION OF THE PROXIMAL ENDCONTAINING A NOVEL TANDEM REPEAT SEQUENCE

      Genomics
    19. OZEN M; HOPWOOD VL; PATHAK S
      AG-NOR STUDIES IN A HUMAN LYMPHOCYTE CULTURE - ARE VARIANTS LOCALIZEDTO SPECIFIC CHROMOSOMES

      American journal of medical genetics
    20. LEE C; LI X; JABS EW; COURT D; LIN CC
      HUMAN GAMMA-X SATELLITE DNA - AN X-CHROMOSOME SPECIFIC CENTROMERIC DNA-SEQUENCE

      Chromosoma
    21. BLOUIN JL; BINKERT F; ANTONARAKIS SE
      BIPARENTAL INHERITANCE OF CHROMOSOME-21 POLYMORPHIC MARKERS INDICATESTHAT SOME ROBERTSONIAN TRANSLOCATIONS T(2121) OCCUR POSTZYGOTICALLY

      American journal of medical genetics
    22. HAN JY; CHOO KHA; SHAFFER LG
      MOLECULAR CYTOGENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF 17-ROB(13Q14Q) ROBERTSONIANTRANSLOCATIONS BY FISH, NARROWING THE REGION CONTAINING THE BREAKPOINTS

      American journal of human genetics
    23. DAIUTO L; ANTONACCI R; MARZELLA R; ARCHIDIACONO N; ROCCHI M
      CLONING AND COMPARATIVE MAPPING OF A HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 4-SPECIFIC ALPHA-SATELLITE DNA-SEQUENCE

      Genomics
    24. DONNAI D
      ROBERTSONIAN TRANSLOCATIONS - CLUES TO IMPRINTING

      American journal of medical genetics
    25. GREIG GM; WARBURTON PE; WILLARD HF
      ORGANIZATION AND EVOLUTION OF AN ALPHA-SATELLITE DNA SUBSET SHARED BYHUMAN CHROMOSOME-13 AND CHROMOSOME-21

      Journal of molecular evolution


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