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DNA Microdeletion

Microdeletion syndromes result from small cytogenetic lesions that usually can only be demonstrated by high resolution band studies or fluriscent in situ hybridisation [FISH]. All of the following are associated with chromosomal microdeletion except
1. Anglemen syndrome
2. Cri du chat syndrome
3. Miller Dieker syndrome
4. Prader willi syndrome
5. Williams syndrome
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Cri du chat?
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2. Cri du chat syndrome
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A little more here

http://www.springerprotocols.com/Abs...9259-300-3:275
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cri du chart doesent have microdeletion at chromosome 5?
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cri du chart doesent have microdeletion at chromosome 5?
it has deletion on ch 5 but its not microdeletion...there is a missing past of short arm....its also called 5p monosomy....
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yup i think its cridu chat too
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FA calls cri du chat a "microdeletion of short arm 5"
how can that be the answer then?
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i dont know what is C but i choose it coz others are all microdeletions
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Its C !
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Default cri du chat

unfortunately first aid is wrong because Cri du chat syndrome is partial deletion and it's not micro deletion.this must be corrected rest of them are micro deletion.
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