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Chapter 6, Problem 3QP
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A colleague e-mails you saying that she has identified an interesting chromosome variation at 21q13. In discussing this discovery with a friend who is not a cytogeneticist, explain how you would describe this location, defining each term in the chromosome address 21q13.

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To describe: The variation in the chromosome by analyzing the given location 21q13 of the chromosome.

Introduction: Chromosomes have been given specific names which are assigned by analyzing the features. This naming helps to understand and find the regions having the desired gene.

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Chromosomes are marked by the numerical values at which positions they are located during the process of staining. In the chromosome address, the first number represents the chromosome number. Then comes a small alphabet which is assigned either p or q...

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