rearrangement reaction

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rearrangement reaction

[‚rē·ə′rānj·mənt rē‚ak·shən]
(nuclear physics)
A nuclear reaction in which nucleons are exchanged between nuclei.
(organic chemistry)
A chemical reaction involving a change in the bonding sequence within a molecule. Also known as molecular rearrangement.
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As a proof-of-principle study, our cases were limited to patients with a diagnosis of FL but this approach can be applied to a wider range of lymphoproliferative disorders as long as the lymphoma in question carries a rearrangement that can be detected by a given NGS assay.
Key words: Chronic myeloid leukaemia, flourescent in situ hybridization (FISH), BCR/ABL gene rearrangement patterns.
A [chi square] test was used to correlate CD99 positivity with the presence of EWSR1 rearrangement. The results are considered significant when p < 0.05.
We presented a rare case of SCC with ALK rearrangement, which showed a remarkably positive response to alectinib.
FISH analysis using a KMT2A locus-specific dual-color DNA probe (Vysis LSI MLL Dual Color, Break Apart Rearrangement Probe, Abbott Laboratories, IL, USA) was used to characterize the partial 5' duplication and 2 other normal KMT2A alleles (Figure 1).
As a result, tumors often contain chromosomal rearrangements, which are places where genes are cut and pasted back together in ways that they shouldn't be.
In this study, we introduced IGH and IGK-Kde genes rearrangement as an independent diagnostic and prognostic factors in Tunisians with B lineage leukemias.
The findings were published earlier this year in the Journal of Organic Chemistry, including rearrangement step classifications and a new table listing the energy barrier heights for various steps.
Herein, we have studied on the rearrangement of 5-methyl-3-nitrosoindolizine derivatives under alkaline conditions.
In these patients, loss of fertility is mainly caused by the high prevalence of gametes that have lost or gained chromosome material as a result of the rearrangement of the derivative chromosomes or a generation of a recombinant chromosome.
Validation of immunoglobulin gene rearrangement detection by PCR using commercially available BIOMED-2 primers.