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  19. Liehr T, Hickmann G, Kozlowski P, Claussen U, Starke H.
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  20. Yu J, Qi Z, Thompson K, Modaff P, Wells W, Meisner L, Pauli R
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  22. Sullivan CM, Mountford ST, Emmerson JM, Ellis RJ, Turmbull C, Waters KS.
    A mosaic karyotype with an additional inv dup(3)(qter->q26.2::q26.2->qter), containing a neocentromere, detected in a skin biopsy from a girl with skeletal abnormalities, abnormal skin pigmentation and developmental delay.
    J Med Genet. 2005; 42Suppl.1: S71 (Abstractnumber 2.23)
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    Identification and molecular cytogenetic characterization of a supernumerary neocentric derivative chromosome 3 in bone marrow cells of a Fanconi anemia patient.
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  25. Batanian JR, Zenhenpan K, Frater J, Gale G.
    Co-existance of neocentromeric marker 3q and trisomy 3 in two different tissues of a 10 year old boy having B-cell lymphoma: support of a gene dosage effect hypothesis. 
    Europ J Hum Genet 2005; 13 Suppl. 1:188 (Abstractno. P0504)
  26. Brecevic L, Michel S, Starke H, Müller K, Kosyakova N, Mrasek K, Weise A, Liehr T.
    Multicolor FISH used for the characterization of small supernumerary marker chromosomes (sSMC) in commercially available immortalized cell lines.
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  27. Batanian JR, Bernreuter K, Koslosky L, Frater JL.
    Coexistence of neocentromeric marker 3q and trisomy 3 in two different tissues in a 3-year-old boy with peripheral T-cell lymphoma: support for a gene dosage effect hypothesis.
    Cancer Genet Cytogenet. 2006 Oct 15;170(2):152-157.
  28. Lee MW, Brothman AR, Abdul-Rahman OA.
    Pure Trisomy 3q29 presenting as VATER association.
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  29. Li YC, Hsieh LJ, Chen CP, Tsai FJ, Lin CC.
    Identification of marker chromosomes using FISH-based technology and DNA polymorphic markers.
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    Neocentromeres: new insights into centromere structure, disease development, and karyotype evolution.
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    Recurrent sites for new centromere seeding.
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  33. Kotzot D, Krüger C, Braun-Quentin C.
    De novo direct duplication 3 (p25-->pter): a previously undescribed chromosomal aberration.
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    Partial tetrasomy of chromosome 3q and mosaicism in a child with autism.
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  35. Ounap K, Ilus T, Bartsch O.
    A girl with inverted triplication of chromosome 3q25.3 --> q29 and multiple congenital anomalies consistent with 3q duplication syndrome.
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    32 new cases with small supernumerary marker chromosomes (sSMC) detected in connection with fertility problems - detailed molecular cytogenetic characterization and review of the literature.
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  37. Izumi K, Yamashita Y, Aramaki M, Kosaki R, Hosokai N, Takahashi T, Kosaki K.
    Neocentromere marker chromosome of distal 3q mimicking dup(3q) syndrome phenotype.
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    Characterization of sSMC by FISH and molecular techniques.
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    Small supernumerary marker chromosome derived from chromosome 3 in patient with severe psychomotor developmental delay and dysmorphism.
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    Analphoid supernumerary marker chromosome characterized by high resolution array: a de novo 3q26.32-q29 duplication in a child with pigmentary mosaicism of Ito.
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    Characterizing small supernumerary marker chromosomes with combination of multiple techniques.
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  51. Hamid AB, Kreskowski K, Weise A, Kosayakova N, Mrasek K, Voigt M, Guilherme RS, Wagner R, Hardekopf D, Pekova S, Karamysheva T, Liehr T, Klein E.
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  52. Guilherme RS, Klein E, Venner C, Hamid AB, Bhatt S, Melaragno MI, Volleth M, Polityko A, Kulpanovich A, Kosyakova N, Liehr T.
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    Chromosomal abnormalities in couples with repeated fetal loss: an Indian retrospective study.
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    Small supernumerary marker chromosomes detected in connection with infertility.
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    Low-level chromosomal mosaicism in neurodevelopmental disorders.
    Mol Syndromol. 2017 Aug;8(5):266-271.
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    Molecular cytogenetic diagnostics of marker chromosomes: Analysis in four prenatal cases and long-term clinical evaluation of carriers.
    Cytogenet Genome Res. 2018;154(4):187-195.
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    Analysis of molecular cytogenetic features and PGT-SR for two infertile patients with small supernumerary marker chromosomes.
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    Prenatal diagnosis and molecular cytogenetic characterization of mosaicism for a small supernumerary marker chromosome derived from chromosome 3.
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    Molecular delineation of small supernumerary marker chromosomes using a single nucleotide polymorphism array.
    Mol Cytogenet 2020, 13 (1):19.
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    A 3.44 MB interstitial duplication of chromosome 3 with no apparent phenotype detected by SNP array.
    Abstracts of the 12th International Congress of Human Genetics 2011, Montreal, Canada, Abstract 1257T.