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Genetic Diagrams of Chromosome 22q understanding why no two are the same

Genetic Diagrams of Chromosome 22q understanding why no two are the same

Geneticists use diagrams called idiograms as a standard representation for chromosomes. Idiograms show a chromosome's relative size and its banding pattern, which is the characteristic pattern of dark and light bands that appears when a chromosome is stained with a chemical solution and then viewed under a microscope. These bands are used to describe the location of genes on each chromosome.

You can see we all can have veriation of deletion depending on where the q arm is location on the 22 chromosome. in my family we have 22q11.2 deletion syndrome a fragrament DiGorge syndrome but it’s partial not complete. Once you get your genetic test results it is important to talk to a highly skilled genetic counsellor to help explain this to you so you understand    I was asked by a reader how is it that 22q we don’t all have typically for gone conclusions for all of the typical 180 symptoms that is spewed across the internet this is the reason why. Our genetic material divides and multiply’s at a cellular level

You can see we all can have veriation of deletion depending on where the q arm is location on the 22 chromosome. in my family we have 22q11.2 deletion syndrome a fragrament DiGorge syndrome but it’s partial not complete. Once you get your genetic test results it is important to talk to a highly skilled genetic counsellor to help explain this to you so you understand

I was asked by a reader how is it that 22q we don’t all have typically for gone conclusions for all of the typical 180 symptoms that is spewed across the internet this is the reason why. Our genetic material divides and multiply’s at a cellular level

Schizophrenia and Chromosome 22q called 22q11.2 deletion syndrome Digeorge

Schizophrenia and Chromosome 22q called 22q11.2 deletion syndrome Digeorge

Some Dos and Don’ts of communicating with patients with rare diseases

Some Dos and Don’ts of communicating with patients with rare diseases