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Cytogenetics and Infertility 2006

by Marc De Braekeleer

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Published by Transworld Research Network .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages249
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13173895M
    ISBN 108178952033
    ISBN 109788178952031

    cytogenetic maps. • Abnormalities are identified by changes in banding patterns along the chromosome. • In some forms of cancer, cytogenetics can determine which chromosomal abnormalities are present in the malignant cells, facilitating diagnosis and treatment. 6 Techniques of Analysis • Routine chromosome analysis refers toFile Size: KB.   Reduced male fertility and subfertility can be caused by genetic factors that affect both germ cell development, differentiation, and function; in particular, chromosome abnormalities and Yq microdeletions are a possible cause of spermatogenetic impairment in males as shown by their higher frequency in infertile men than in the general male population. Microdeletion of the long arm of the Y Cited by:

      Single sperm polymerase chain reaction (PCR) or single sperm typing is a difficult, time-consuming technique but it can be used in a very powerful manner for specific studies on recombination in delimited areas of the genome (Shi et al., , ; Tiemann-Boege et al., ).The latest development to shed light on the causes of chromosomal abnormalities and infertility is meiotic Cited by: Cytogenetic abnormalities (both somatic and meiotic) are a major cause of male infertility. Cytogenetic studies have been reported to determine the contribution of chromosomal abnormalities in parents with reproductive failure from various countries (4–6). The aim of the present study was to evaluate the prevalence and nature of chromosomal aberrations in Turkish couples with infertility in .

      Hofherr SE, Wiktor AE, Kipp BR, et al. Clinical diagnostic testing for the cytogenetic and molecular causes of male infertility: the Mayo Clinic experience. J Assist Reprod Genet. ;– CrossRef PubMed Google ScholarAuthor: Kate Devine, Lisa Green, Heba Eltoukhi, Alicia Armstrong. Manual of Cytogenetics in Reproductive Biology examines the diagnostic role of cytogenetics in improving the outcome of assisted reproductive technologies (ART). Divided into six sections, the book begins with the basics of genetics, followed by investigative cytogenetics, applied cytogenetics, recent advances, preimplantation and prenatal Cited by: 1.


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Cytogenetics and Infertility 2006 by Marc De Braekeleer Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Cytogenetic Basis of Human Infertility: A Review oxic ; 2: [51]. Vogt new chapters on chromosome instability and the cytogenetics of infertility. The book offers physicians. Infertility is commonly defined as absence of a pregnancy after a year of unprotected intercourse.

For information about cytogenetic aspects of spontaneous abortions, please refer to Chapter Male factor and female factor infertility each account for about 40% of cases of infertility, and the remaining 20% is a combination. In this chapter, an overview of known causes of infertility will be presented so that the cytogenetic Cited by: 1.

It is clear that cytogenetic abnormalities (both somatic and meiotic) are a major cause of male infertility. This review will summarize our knowledge of somatic chromosome abnormalities and their effects on sperm, susceptibility to sperm chromosome anomalies in chromosomally normal infertile men, and meiotic errors in translocation carriers and infertile Cytogenetics and Infertility 2006 book with a normal chromosome constitution.

Introduction. Infertility is a failure to conceive after at least one year of unprotected intercourse. It affects approximately 15% of couples in reproductive age who, in attempting their first pregnancy, meet with failure [1].

In half of the couples, causes are male-related, associated with impaired by:   The volume focuses on the clinical cytogenetics of human. It discusses the sex chromosomes and their abnormalities and the abnormalities of sexual development and Book Edition: 1.

Male factor and female factor infertility each accounts for about 40 % of cases of infertility, and the remaining 20 % is a combination (Speroff, Maturitas –9, ).

In this chapter, an overview of known causes of infertility will be presented so that the cytogenetic component’s relative contribution can be placed into : Linda Marie Randolph, Linda Marie Randolph. Cytogenetic abnormalities have been known to be important causes of male infertility for decades.

Research publications from tofrom PubMed, have been : René Martin. Cytogenetics is the study of chromosome morphology, structure, pathology, function, and behavior. The field has evolved to embrace molecular cytogenetic changes, now termed cytogenomics.

Cytogeneticists utilize an assortment of procedures to investigate the full complement of chromosomes and/or a targeted region within a specific chromosome in metaphase or interphase. Cytogenetics Chromosomal Genetics Sophie Dahoun Service de Génétique Médicale, HUG Geneva, Switzerland Infertility Miscarriages Trisomy by transmission of unbalanced translocation Ogur et al.

Berend et al.Ch 7 Ch 14 Ch 12 Ch 20 File Size: 2MB. UW Cytogenetic Services and Molecular Genetics. Cytogenetics involves the study of human chromosomes in health and disease. Chromosome studies are an important laboratory diagnostic procedure in prenatal diagnosis, in certain patients with intellectual disabilities and multiple birth defects, in patients with abnormal sexual development, and in some cases of infertility or multiple miscarriages.

infertility, the results of cytogenetic studies of 70 patients (16 azoospermic and 54 oligozoospermic men) were compared with those of 35 control fertile men. Total chromosome alterations were revealed in 31% of infertile men. Major chromosomal abnormalities had a fold increase in infertile males compared to the control group.

File Size: KB. In the treatment of men with infertility, it is only appropriate that one deals with the basics of fetal development of the male reproductive tract. This chapter reviews the germ layers from which all tissues organize themselves and develop, and also reviews the ductal system and its critical role in : Paul J.

Turek. Male infertility and androgen receptor gene mutations: Clinical features and identification of seven novel mutations. Clin Endocrinol (Oxf) ; – [] Gottlieb B, Cited by: The book offers physicians who depend on the cytogenetics laboratory for the diagnosis of their patients, students in cytogenetics programs, and cytogeneticists the clear understanding they need.

Veterinary cytogenetics is an area of genetics that deals with normal or abnormal chromosomes of animals. Chromosome abnormalities in cattle can cause significant adverse effects on fertility. A number of cytogenetic aberrations in the form of somatic chromosome aneuploidies, sperm aneuploidies, chromosomal translocations and inversions, etc.

are known to contribute to male infertility. Couples with normal hormonal profile should be evaluated for possible cytogenetic abnormalities before proceeding to : Vertika Singh, Kiran Singh.

Y chromosome infertility is characterized by azoospermia (absence of sperm), severe oligozoospermia. CYTOGENETIC ANALYSES IN INFERTILE MEN. Archives of Andrology: Vol.

52, No. 2, pp. Cited by: Cytogenetics and Infertility. This inspired the initiation of chromosome analysis in many domestic species. Research into animal cytogenetics reached its peak in the late s when extensive studies of cattle, sheep, goat, with a relative length of 20 Measurements carried out by Di Berardino and colleagues ().

Indications for Cytogenetic Analysis (Constitutional) • Adolescent, adult sexual development and fertility – Amenorrhea, primary or secondary ovarian failure, premature menopause – Azoospermia, oligospermia, hypogonadism – History of infertility or spontaneous abortionsFile Size: 8MB.

The comprehension of cytogenetics is incomplete without information on the role of aneuploidy in associating a gene on a particular chromosome, and the book covers these methodologies as a primary topic.

Covering classical to modern cytogenetics, the book presents to the reader the crucial role of cytogenetics in improving crops.The present study has been carried out to document and find out the genetic cause of male infertility in the Southern region of India.

The cytogenetic analysis of male infertile cases, referred due to primary infertility from towere analyzed by GTG banding and evaluated retrospectively.

The semen analysis was also by: 3.Read online Cytogenetic Study in Couples with Primary Infertility book pdf free download link book now.

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