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Another translocation involving the same gene on chromosome 17 plus the PLZF gene at 11q23 is the t(11;17)(q23;q21), which can 34 Swansbury Fig. 2. Cell from a case of AML M3 in which all the diploid metaphases found were normal and all the tetraploid metaphases were too poor for full analysis. However, the typical t(15;17)(q24;q21) could still be recognized; the abnormal chromosomes are indicated with arrows. also occur with a diagnosis of M3 (28). However, these patients do not respond in the same way to ATRA.
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Cancer Cytogenetics: Methods and Protocols by John Swansbury (auth.), John Swansbury (eds.)