ChromosOmics - Database

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                                              - REFERENCES for Pseudo-McClintock                                       

      0. Liehr et al. unpublished data
  1. Kucerova M, Polivkova Z, Dluholucky S, Kvasnicova M.
    Terminal deletion with stable acentric fragment of 1q in a child with congenital malformations.
    Am J Hum Genet. 1983 Jan;35(1):91-95.
  2. Marshall OJ, Chueh AC, Wong LH, Choo KH.
    Neocentromeres: new insights into centromere structure, disease development, and karyotype evolution.
    Am J Hum Genet. 2008 Feb;82(2):261-182.
  3. Ma R, Peng Y, Zhang Y, Xia Y, Tang G, Chang J, Guo R, Gui B, Huang Y, Chen C, Liang D, Wu L.
    Partial trisomy 2q33.3-q37.3 in a patient with an inverted duplicated neocentric marker chromosome.
    Mol Cytogenet
    . 2015 Feb 6;8:10.
  4. Pedurupillay CR, Misceo D, Gamage TH, Dissanayake VH, Frengen E.
    Post-zygotic breakage of a dicentric chromosome results in mosaicism for a telocentric 9p marker chromosome in a boy with developmental delay.
    Gene. 2014 Jan 1;533(1):403-410.
  5. Depinet TW, Zackowski JL, Earnshaw WC, Kaffe S, Sekhon GS, Stallard R, Sullivan BA, Vance GH, Van Dyke DL, Willard HF, Zinn AB, Schwartz S.
    Characterization of neo-centromeres in marker chromosomes lacking detectable alpha-satellite DNA.
    Hum Mol Genet. 1997 Aug;6(8):1195-1204.
  6. Choo KH.
    Centromere DNA dynamics: latent centromeres and neocentromere formation.
    Am J Hum Genet. 1997 Dec;61(6):1225-1233.
  7. Vance GH, Curtis CA, Heerema NA, Schwartz S, Palmer CG.
    An apparently acentric marker chromosome originating from 9p with a functional centromere without detectable alpha and beta satellite sequences.
    Am J Med Genet. 1997 Sep 5;71(4):436-442.
  8. Amor DJ, Choo KH.
    Neocentromeres: role in human disease, evolution, and centromere study.
    Am J Hum Genet. 2002 Oct;71(4):695-714.
  9. Satinover DL, Eichler EE, Schwartz S.
    Identification of two distinct genomic organizations in neocentromeres: implications for neocentromere acquisition.
    Am J Hum Genet 2001; Suppl 69:A200.
  10. Warburton PE.
    Chromosomal dynamics of human neocentromere formation.
    Chromosome Res. 2004;12(6):617-626.
  11. Satinover DL, Vance GH, Van Dyke DL, Schwartz S.
    Cytogenetic analysis and construction of a BAC contig across a common neocentromeric region from 9p.
    Chromosoma. 2001 Aug;110(4):275-283.
  12. Marshall OJ, Chueh AC, Wong LH, Choo KH.
    Neocentromeres: new insights into centromere structure, disease development, and karyotype evolution.
    Am J Hum Genet. 2008 Feb;82(2):261-182.
  13. Warburton PE, Dolled M, Mahmood R, Alonso A, Li S, Naritomi K, Tohma T, Nagai T, Hasegawa T, Ohashi H, Govaerts LC, Eussen BH, Van Hemel JO, Lozzio C, Schwartz S, Dowhanick-Morrissette JJ, Spinner NB, Rivera H, Crolla JA, Yu C, Warburton D.
    Molecular cytogenetic analysis of eight inversion duplications of human chromosome 13q that each contain a neocentromere.
    Am J Hum Genet. 2000 Jun;66(6):1794-1806.
  14. Rivera H, Vasquez AI, Garcia-Cruz D, Crolla JA.
    Neocentromere at 13q32 in one of two stable markers derived from a 13q21 break.
    Am J Med Genet. 1999 Aug 6;85(4):385-388.
  15. Magnani I, Sacchi N, Darfler M, Nisson PE, Tornaghi R, Fuhrman-Conti AM.
    Identification of the chromosome 14 origin of a C-negative marker associated with a 14q32 deletion by chromosome painting.
    Clin Genet. 1993 Apr;43(4):180-185.
  16. Sacchi N, Magnani I, Fuhrman-Conti AM, Monard SP, Darfler M.
    A stable marker chromosome with a cryptic centromere: evidence for centromeric sequences associated with an inverted duplication.
    Cytogenet Cell Genet. 1996;73(1-2):123-129.
  17. Tabet AC, Gosset P, Elghezal H, Fontaine S, Martinovic J, Encha Razavi F, Romana S, Vekemans M, Morichon-Delvallez N.
    Prenatal diagnosis and characterization of an analphoid marker chromosome 16.
    Prenat Diagn. 2004 Sep;24(9):733-736.
  18. Ravnan JB, Ouellette K, Fabre A, Crenshaw DC, Guillory S, Siewert R, McCoy S; Kothari J.
    A stable acentric marker chromosome formed by interstitial deletion of 17q and subsequent inverted duplication of the deleted segment resulting in partial trisomy 17q22 to 17q23 diagnosed in dysmorphic newborn.
    Am J Hum Genet 1999; 65(Suppl.) A356.
  19. Lo AW, Magliano DJ, Sibson MC, Kalitsis P, Craig JM, Choo KH.
    A novel chromatin immunoprecipitation and array (CIA) analysis identifies a 460-kb CENP-A-binding neocentromere DNA.
    Genome Res. 2001 Mar;11(3):448-457.
  20. Voullaire L, Saffery R, Davies J, Earle E, Kalitsis P, Slater H, Irvine DV, Choo KH.
    Trisomy 20p resulting from inverted duplication and neocentromere formation.
    Am J Med Genet. 1999 Aug 6;85(4):403-408.
  21. Friedman JM, Harrod MJ, Howard-Peebles PN.
    Complementary duplication and deletion of 17 (pcen----p11.2): a family with a supernumerary chromosome comprised of an interstitially deleted segment.
    Am J Med Genet. 1992 Sep 1;44(1):37-40.
  22. Rudd MK, Mays RW, Schwartz S, Willard HF.
    Human artificial chromosomes with alpha satellite-based de novo centromeres show increased frequency of nondisjunction and anaphase lag.
    Mol Cell Biol. 2003 Nov;23(21):7689-7697.
  23. Wevrick R, Earnshaw WC, Howard-Peebles PN, Willard HF.
    Partial deletion of alpha satellite DNA associated with reduced amounts of the centromere protein CENP-B in a mitotically stable human chromosome rearrangement.
    Mol Cell Biol. 1990 Dec;10(12):6374-6380.
  24. Liehr T, Klein E, Mrasek K, Kosyakova N, Guilherme RS, Aust N, Venner C, Weise A, Hamid AB.
    Clinical impact of somatic mosaicism in cases with small supernumerary marker chromosomes.
    Cytogenet Genome Res. 2013; 139(1-2):158-163.
  25. Pai GS, Thomas GH, Benke PJ.
    Absence of constitutive heterochromatin in a partially identified supernumerary marker chromosome.
    J Med Genet. 1981 Oct;18(5):392-394.
  26. Jin Y, Li S.
    [Genetic analysis of a Chinese pedigree affected with overgrowth syndrome due to a small supernumerary marker chromosome].
    Zhonghua Yi Xue Yi Chuan Xue Za Zhi. 2023 Nov 10;40(11):1425-1429.