Different segregation patterns in five carriers due to a pericentric inversion of chromosome 1.

Different segregation patterns in five carriers due to a pericentric inversion of chromosome 1. Syst Biol Reprod Med. 2014 Aug 6;:1-6 Authors: Luo Y, Xu C, Sun Y, Wang L, Chen S, Jin F Abstract Abstract Pericentric inversion can produce recombinant gametes; however, meiotic segregation studies on the relationship between the frequency of recombinants and the inverted segment size are rare. Triple-color fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) was performed to analyze the meiotic behavior in five inv(1) carriers with different breakpoints. Recombination gametes were absent in Patient 1, whereas the percentages of the recombinants in Patients 2, 3, 4, and 5 were of 9.2%, 15.3%, 17.3%, and 40.9%, respectively. A significant difference was present for the frequencies of the recombinant spermatozoa among the five patients (p  0.05). The meiotic segregation of nine inv(1) carriers (including those presented in this paper) is now available. A significant correlation was discovered between the rate of recombination and the proportion of the chromosome implicated in the inversion (R = 0.9435, p 
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