Medical Definition of Robertsonian translocation

1. A special type of nonreciprocal translocation in chromosomes whereby the long arms of two nonhomologous acrocentric chromosomes are attached to a single centromere. The short arms become attached to form a reciprocal structure that however often disappears some divisions after its formation. (17 Dec 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Robertsonian Translocation

Robert Venturi
Robert Walpole
Robert Wilhelm Bunsen
Robert William Service
Robert Woodrow Wilson
Robert the Bruce
Roberta
Roberto Francesco Romolo Bellarmine
Roberts
Roberts syndrome
Robertshaw tube
Robertson
Robertson pupil
Robertson screw
Robertson screwdriver
Robertsonian translocation
Robeson
Robeson Channel
Robespierre
Robespierrean
Robey
Robin
Robin's syndrome
Robin Goodfellow
Robin Hood
Robinia hispida
Robinia pseudoacacia
Robinia viscosa

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