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Sibship (21q21q) Translocation Down's Syndrome with Maternal Transmission
  1. M. Furbetta,
  2. A. Falorni,
  3. P. Antignani,
  4. A. Cao
  1. Paediatric Clinic and the Institute of Medical Jurisprudence and Insurance, University of Perugia, Italy


    A family is reported with eight cases of Down's syndrome and four abortions in a sibship. The cytogenetic studies showed that the mother was a (21q21q) translocation carrier. Two living children were examined and were found to be cases of Down's syndrome with a (21q21q) translocation.

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