ChromosOmics - Database

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  1. Benn PA, Hsu LY.
    Incidence and significance of supernumerary marker chromosomes in prenatal diagnosis.
    Am J Hum Genet. 1984 Sep;36(5):1092-1102.
  2. Chudley AE, Zheng HZ, Pabello PD, Shia G, Wang HC.
    Familial supernumerary microchromosome mosaicism: phenotypic effects and an attempt at characterization.
    Am J Med Genet. 1983 Sep;16(1):89-97.
  3. Froland A, Holst G, Terslev E
    Multiple anomalies associated with an extra small autosome.
    Cytogenetics 1963; 2:99-106.
  4. Nielsen KB, Dyggve H, Friedrich U, Hobolth N, Lyngbye T, Mikkelsen M.
    Small metacentric nonsatellited extra chromosome: report of five mentally retarded individuals and review of literature. Contribution to further delineation of a new syndrome.
    Hum Genet. 1978 Oct 19;44(1):59-69.
  5. Buckton KE, Spowart G, Newton MS, Evans HJ.
    Forty four probands with an additional "marker" chromosome.
    Hum Genet. 1985;69(4):353-370.
  6. Copeland KC, Hansen K, Moore CM.
    Multiple congenital anomalies, mental retardation and hypogonadotropic hypogonadism in a boy with small marker chromosomes.
    Am J Med Genet. 1985 Apr;20(4):607-612.
  7. Jauch A, Daumer C, Lichter P, Murken J, Schroeder-Kurth T, Cremer T.
    Chromosomal in situ suppression hybridization of human gonosomes and autosomes and its use in clinical cytogenetics.
    Hum Genet. 1990 Jul;85(2):145-150.
  8. Mackie Ogilvie C, Harrison RH, Horsley SW, Hodgson SV, Kearney L.
    A mitotically stable marker chromosome negative for whole chromosome libraries, centromere probes and chromosome specific telomere regions: a novel class of supernumerary marker chromosome?
    Cytogenet Cell Genet. 2001;92(1-2):69-73.
  9. Mascarello JT, Jones MC, Chambers SR.
    A patient with extreme variation in number and size of small marker chromosomes.
    Hum Genet. 1987 Feb;75(2):191-194.
  10. Kettle C, Hellens SW, A Stewart, MJ Wright, SA Zwolinski.
    A large non-heterochromatic neo-centromeric marker with unidentifiable origin.
    J Med Gen. 2007, 44 Suppl. 1 ,S107 (Abstractnumber 3.15)
  11. Liehr T, Mrasek K, Kosyakova N, Ogilvie CM, Vermeesch J, Trifonov V, Rubtsov N.
    Small supernumerary marker chromosomes (sSMC) in humans; are there B chromosomes hidden among them.
    Mol Cytogenet. 2008 Jun 4;1:12.
  12. Klein E, Rocchi M, Ovens-Raeder A, Kosyakova N, Weise A, Ziegler M, Meins M, Morlot S, Fischer W, Volleth M, Polityko A, Ogilvie CM, Kraus C, Liehr T.
    Five novel locations of neocentromeres in human: 18q22.1, Xq27.1~27.2, acro p13, acro p12, and heterochromatin of unknown origin.
    Cytogenet Genome Res. 2012;136(3):163-166.
  13. Sun M, Zhang H, Li G, Guy CJ, Wang X, Lu X, Gong F, Lee J, Hassed S, Li S.
    Molecular characterization of 20 small supernumerary marker chromosome cases using array comparative genomic hybridization and fluorescence in situ hybridization.
    Sci Rep. 2017 Sep 4;7(1):10395.
  14. Xue H, Huang H, Wang Y, An G, Zhang M, Xu L, Lin Y.
    Molecular cytogenetic identification of small supernumerary marker chromosomes using chromosome microarray analysis.
    Mol Cytogenet
    . 2019 Mar 11;12:13.
  15. Stratis Y, Siebers-Renelt U, Wieacker P, Röpke A.
    Supernumerary marker chromosome with neocentromere formation within 12q2 3q24.33 after complex rearrangement involving chromosome 4 and chromosome 12
    Abstracts of the 12th European Cytogenomics Conference 2019; 1.P17
  16. Weber A, Liehr T, Al-Rikabi A, Bilgen S, Heinrich U, Schiller J, Stumm M.
    The first neocentric, discontinous, and complex small supernumerary marker chromosome composed of 7 euchromatic blocks derived from 5 different chromosomes.
    Biomedicines 2022, 10: 1102.