aneuploidy

NOUN
  1. an abnormality involving a chromosome number that is not an exact multiple of the haploid number (one chromosome set is incomplete)
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How To Use aneuploidy In A Sentence

  • The worse the neoplasm, the greater the degree of aneuploidy and the worse the prognosis.
  • In an average, healthy man, one to four percent of his sperm has aneuploidy, that is, sperm that has more or less of the usual number of 23 chromosomes. Sharon Moalem: Mr. Tall Dark and Handsome
  • Updated Wednesday, December 9, 2009 10: 50 am TWN, AFP WASHINGTON -- A chromosome abnormality called aneuploidy can cause cancer, U.S. researchers said in a study published Monday, confirming what scientists have long suspected. China Post Online - Taiwan , News , Taiwan newspaper
  • Objective To study the relationship between DNA aneuploidy and biological behavior of thyroid tumor cells.
  • The fault - called aneuploidy - is thought to be the main barrier that has prevented IVF success rates rising above 30 per cent. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • True non-disjunction as a mechanism causing aneuploidy was separately assessed when a bivalent was found in a set of metaphase II chromosomes.
  • When nondisjunction occurs, the resulting eggs may carry too few or too many chromosomes, a state called aneuploidy. Delayed Childbearing
  • However, some leukemias and lymphomas are not aneuploid, and dysregulated expression of multiple genes is likely to be the main reason why aneuploidy is a marker for cells with abnormal phenotypes. Why deny only one part of science? IDists branch out into AIDS denial - The Panda's Thumb
  • Title: Prevention of maternal aging-associated oocyte aneuploidy and meiotic spindle defects in mice by dietary and genetic strategies For a Mother's Touch, Skip the Text Messages
  • In view of the role played by aneuploidy in carcinogenesis and in human reproductive failure, this omission is perhaps surprising.
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