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Trisomy X

Trisomy X, 3 copies of the X chromosome identified in a single cell nucleus by fluorescent in situ hybridisation (FISH) analysis.


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Reference

Venkateshwari A, Srimanjari K, Srilekha A, Begum A, Sujatha M, Sunitha T, Nallari P & Jyothy A. (2012). Mosaic triple X syndrome in a female with primary amenorrhea. Indian J Hum Genet , 18, 246-9. PMID: 23162306 DOI.

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