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Table 2 The results of aCGH per chromosome

From: Submicroscopic chromosomal imbalances contribute to early abortion

Chromosome Patients The results of aCGH References Number of CNVs
2 14, 15 14: chr2, 24.02 M 2p partial trisomy syndrome pathogenicity unknown; 15: chr2, 82.08 M 2q terminal duplication syndrome. 2
4 15 Chr4, 6.92 M 4q terminal deletion syndrome. [27] 1
5 14 Chr5, 380 K deletion, pathogenicity unknown. 1
6 2 Arr6, 17.20 M deletion syndrome. 1
7 9 Chr7, 520 K deletion syndrome. 1
8 14 Chr8, 7.94 M deletion syndrome, Cornelia de Lange syndrome; Chr8, 12.12 M duplication, pathogenicity unknown. [28] 1
9 8 Chr9, 2.18 M, deletion syndrome. [29] 1
12 9 Chr12, 34.66 M 12p duplication syndrome. 1
15 11 Chr15, 6.38 M, deletion syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, Angelman syndrome. 1
16 1, 10, 13 1: chr16, 13.84 M terminal duplication syndrome; 10: chr16, 13.84 M 16q terminal duplication syndrome; 13: chr16, 13.9 M 16q terminal duplication syndrome. 3
18 1, 10, 12, 13 1: chr18, 22 M deletion syndrome; 10: chr18, 22 M 18q deletion syndrome; 12: chr18, 1.5 M 18q terminal duplication, pathogenicity unknown; chr18, 8.64 M 18q terminal duplication syndrome;
13: chr18,21.94 M 18q deletion syndrome.
[30] 4
19 3 Chr 19 uniparental disomy. 1
22 4, 5, 6, 7 4: chr22, 2.52 M 22q11 deletion syndrome (Velocardiofacial/DiGeorge syndrome); 5: chr22, 2.58 M 22q11 deletion syndrome (Velocardiofacial/DiGeorge syndrome); 6: chr22, 3.68 M deletion syndrome Waardenburg syndrome; 7: chr22, 2.94 M 22q11 deletion syndrome (Velocardiofacial / DiGeorge syndrome). [31] 4
  1. “-” means no investigation by others