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Fluorescence and Autoradiographic Studies in Patients with Turner's Syndrome and 46,XXp— and 46,XXq— Karyotypes
  1. K. Boczkowski,
  2. Margareta Mikkelsen
  1. Division of Genetics, Institute of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Medical Academy in Warsaw, Poland
  2. The John F. Kennedy Institute, Glostrup, Denmark

    Abstract

    Two patients with the clinical picture of Turner's syndrome showed a 46,XXp— and a 46,XXq— karyotype identified by a combination of fluorescence and autoradiography. Autoradiography showed that the abnormal X chromosome was indicated in most cells. The Xg findings in case 1 indicated that the abnormal X chromosome was of paternal origin.

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