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Translocation Chromosome Disorders

Translocation Chromosome Disorders: Introduction

Translocations occur when a portion of one chromosome is misplaced and attached to another chromosome. Chromosome diseases are genetic diseases where a large part of the genetic code has been disrupted. Chromosomes are long sequences of DNA that contain hundreds or thousands of genes. Every person has 2 copies of each of the 23 chromosomes, called chromosomes 1..22 (or "autosomes") and the 23rd is the sex chromosome, which is either X and Y. Men are XY and women are XX in the 23rd chromosome pair. ...more »

Symptoms of Translocation Chromosome Disorders

  • Symptoms can vary considerably depending on the particular condition involved.
  • Genetic anomaly
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