isochromosome
noun Date: 1939 a chromosome produced by transverse splitting of the centromere so that both arms are derived from the dyad on one side of the centromere of the parental chromosome and each arm has identical genes arranged in the same order counting away from the centromere

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  • Isochromosome — An isochromosome is a chromosome that has lost one of its arms and replaced it with an exact copy of the other arm[1]. This is sometimes seen in some females with Turner syndrome or in tumor cells. This may also cause an isochromosome to have two …   Wikipedia

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  • isochromosome — A chromosome produced following an error in meiosis, in which the two arms are mirror images of each other. The presence of an isochromosome results in the duplication of all genes present on the originating chromosome arm …   Glossary of Biotechnology

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  • isochromosome — adj. [Gr. isos, equal; chromos, color; soma, body] Monocentric or dicentric chromosome with equal and genetically identical arms which are mirror images …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

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  • Isochromosome — An abnormal chromosome with two identical arms due to duplication of one arm and loss of the other arm. (Found in some girls with Turner syndrome and in tumors.) * * * A chromosomal aberration that arises as a result of transverse rather than… …   Medical dictionary

  • isochromosome — iso·chromosome …   English syllables

  • intermediate; intermittent; internal; internal medicine; intervention; intestine; involvement of a single lymph node [Ann Arbor staging system for Hodgkin disease]; iodine; ionic current; ionic strength; iris; ischemia; isochromosome; isoleucine; isotope; isotropic; nuclear spin quantum number; regi — electric current; incisor [deciduous]; insoluble; isochromosome; optically inactive …   Medical dictionary

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