chromosome transfer

chromosome transfer

[¦krō·mə‚sōm ‚tranz·fər]
(genetics)
The transfer of isolated metaphase chromosomes into cultured mammalian cells.
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McShane et al., "Chromosome transfer induced aneuploidy results in complex dysregulation of the cellular transcriptome in immortalized and cancer cells," Cancer Research, vol.
(3) As a matter of fact, we do not know at this point which of the possible sources of disease-specific pluri-potent human stem cells--genetically screened IVF embryos, iPS cells, somatic cell nuclear transfer into enucleated oocytes, (4) or somatic cell chromosome transfer into zygotes and blastomeres that have had their own chromosomes removed (5)--will prove to be the best for clinical applications, all other things considered.
Eggan, "Developmental Reprogramming after Chromosome Transfer into Mitotic Mouse Zygotes," Nature 447 (2007): 679-85.
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