What does an Abnormal Karyotype Show?

Analysing and interpreting an Abnormal karyotype An abnormal karyotype may show many things that are related to the health condition of a patient. A standard cytogenetic technique- karyotyping is performed to detect abnormalities associated with chromosomes.  An abnormal and normal karyotype looks exactly the same to a great extent at first glance, you can’t identify …

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A karyotype of Turner Syndrome- Explained

Turner syndrome affects only female individuals. A type of chromosomal abnormality- Turner syndrome occurs due to the event known as nondisjunction.  The karyotype of Turner syndrome shows something very different that is not observed in the normal karyotype.  Talk of the topic: In the present article we are going to explain the karyotype of the …

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Things You Should Know About Male and Female Karyotype

“The karyotype analysis reveals that males have one X and one Y chromosome and females have two X chromosomes with 22 pairs of autosomes.”  Male and female are two different living entities on earth and their difference makes it possible to reproduce. In almost every organism males and females are different. If we think in …

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Karyotype of Down Syndrome (Trisomy 21)- Explained

Down syndrome is a genetic abnormality that occurs due to the imbalance of chromosome number causes mental, cognitive, and developmental problems. The down syndrome is often known trisomy 21 which is more a scientific term used for it, however, the name down syndrome is given from the name of the scientist John Langdon Down who …

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