Introduction to Genetic Analysis 568

Introduction to Genetic Analysis 568 - 44200_17_p545-574...

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567 17.6 Applying genomic approaches to cancer research, diagnosis, and therapies 100% 1p31.2 9 17 10 18 11 19 12 20 100% 9p13.3 50% 7q21.11 43% 15q13.3 67% 2p13.3 2q37.3 67% 67% 10q11.21 11q23.3 100% 10q22.1 70% 3p12.1-p12.2 4q35.1 44% 12p13.1 100% 20p12.2 67% 13 21 5q23.1-q23.2 64% 13q14.11-14.2 64% 21q21.2 100% 1 2 3 4 567 8 14 15 16 22 6p25.1-p25.3 75% 6q22.33 67% 22q11.1-q11.21 63% 56% 33% 19p13.3 18p11.22 56% 18q21.31- q21.32 17q21.31 100% 17p13.3 100% 56% 67% 8q22.2 8p21.1 30% 50% 33% 71% 8p22-p23.2 67% 67% 60% 19q13.4 19q13.12 19q13.12 16q23.1-q23.2 Figure 17-21 Genomic SNP analysis of LOH in 11 prostate cancer patients. The blocks indicate the location of the LOH regions from the sequence map overlaid on the cytogenetic map. The horizonal bars represent the proportion (in percentage) of prostate cancer patients showing
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