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Fig. 2 | Molecular Cytogenetics

Fig. 2

From: Cryptic breakpoint identified by whole-genome mate-pair sequencing in a rare paternally inherited complex chromosomal rearrangement

Fig. 2

Type I and Type IV CCR Hexavalent Configurations. Different hexavalent configurations in case of: a type I CCR, as determined by previous analyses, and b type IV CCR, as refined by whole-genome mate-pair sequencing in the current study. The additional breakpoint as well as possible recombination at the “middle segment” in type IV CCR increases the percentage of unbalanced gametes, and subsequently, reproductive risk. Genetic material from chromosomes 6, 7, and 10 are illustrated in orange, blue, and purple lines, respectively

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