chromosomal chromosomal


  • (adj) of or relating to a chromosome


  1. Up to half the eggs younger women produce carry chromosomal abnormalities that make a full-term pregnancy impossible; that number climbs to three-quarters as women age.
  2. Then, at the second-cell stage, each shed the chromosomes from each of the sperm or did something to correct its chromosomal count, says Souter.
  3. Nicely shot, thick with self-conscious, Y-chromosomal musings about the mysteries of life and women, Going to California has the stuff of a smart beer commercial.


  1. Chromosomal Labs Bode Technology Expands ISO 17025 Accreditation

    PHOENIX, June 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In conjunction with World Accreditation Day, Chromosomal Labs Bode Technology announced today that it has obtained an expansion of scope for its ISO 17025 (ISO/IEC ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance

  2. Advanced Prenatal Tests Detect Disorders In Fetuses Early

    When Nicolle and Eric Leska got married in 2010, they knew they wanted to wait a bit before having another child. But at 38-years-old, Nicolle knew their risk of a baby with chromosomal abnormalities was going up, however slightly.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: CBS Minnesota


  • Another fertility pioneer, Robert Winston, the peer, said: "The trend is to get as many eggs as possible, but that may be counterproductive. From the research we've done, the main risk is that doing this produces chromosomal damage in at least half,...
    on Dec 2, 2006 By: Robert Winston Source:

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