Robertsonian translocation (ROB) is the most common form of chromosomal rearrangement A Robertsonian translocation in balanced form results in no excess or deficit of genetic material and causes no health difficulties. In unbalanced. A Robertsonian translocation is a chromosomal abnormality that copy of a chromosome in a DNA strand, throwing the chain off balance. The phrase Robertsonian translocation is too long for normal conversation and many people shorten it to rob. When the translocation is balanced, the person.
In balanced form, a Robertsonian translocation takes the place of two acrocentric chromosomes and results in no problems for the person carrying it. But in. A female with a history of recurrent spontaneous abortions was shown to carry a balanced Robertsonian translocation involving the No 14 homologues. When the translocation is balanced, the person with it is called a Robertsonian translocation carrier. As carriers are healthy and have a normal.
Robertsonian translocation carriers specially are the most common balanced rearrangement among the carrier couples with the history of spontaneous. A Robertsonian translocation is one of the most common, balanced structural rearrangements in the general population, with a frequency in newborn surveys of. BACKGROUND: Robertsonian translocations carry reproductive risks that are normal embryos and those carrying the balanced form of the translocation.