Cytogenomics

Inhaltsverzeichnis

1. A Definition for Cytogenomics - also may be called Chromosomics

SECTION 1: Technical Aspects 2. Overview of yet available approaches used in Cytogenomics 3. Cytogenetics 4. Molecular Cytogenetics 5. Molecular Combing solutions to characterize replication kinetics and genome rearrangements 6. Molecular Karyotyping 7. Sequencing approaches 8. Optical mapping and karyo-mapping 9. Application of CRISPR/Cas9 to visualize defined genomic sequences in fixed chromosomes and nuclei 10. Approaches for studying epigenetic aspects of the human genome

SECTION 2: Current Cytogenomic Research 11. Chromoanagenesis phenomena and their formation mechanisms 12. Topologically associated domains and other gene regulatory elements 13. Multilayer organization of chromosomes 14. Nuclear architecture 15. Nuclear stability in early embryo. Chromosomal aberrations 16. Cytogenomic landscape of the human brain 17. Interchromosomal interactions with meaning for disease 18. Shaping of genome by long non-coding RNAs 19. Repetitive elements, heteromorphisms and copy number variants 20. Epigenetics

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Cytogenomics demonstrates that chromosomes are crucial in understanding the human genome and that new high-throughput approaches are central to advancing cytogenetics in the 21st century. After an introduction to (molecular) cytogenetics, being the basic of all cytogenomic research, this book highlights the strengths and newfound advantages of cytogenomic research methods and technologies, enabling researchers to jump-start their own projects and more effectively gather and interpret chromosomal data. Methods discussed include banding and molecular cytogenetics, molecular combing, molecular karyotyping, next-generation sequencing, epigenetic study approaches, optical mapping/karyomapping, and CRISPR-cas9 applications for cytogenomics. The book's second half demonstrates recent applications of cytogenomic techniques, such as characterizing 3D chromosome structure across different tissue types and insights into multilayer organization of chromosomes, role of repetitive elements and noncoding RNAs in human genome, studies in topologically associated domains, interchromosomal interactions, and chromoanagenesis.

This book is an important reference source for researchers, students, basic and translational scientists, and clinicians in the areas of human genetics, genomics, reproductive medicine, gynecology, obstetrics, internal medicine, oncology, bioinformatics, medical genetics, and prenatal testing, as well as genetic counselors, clinical laboratory geneticists, bioethicists, and fertility specialists.

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Einband

Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

27.05.2021

Herausgeber

Thomas Liehr

Verlag

Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc

Seitenzahl

428

Beschreibung

Details

Einband

Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

27.05.2021

Herausgeber

Thomas Liehr

Verlag

Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc

Seitenzahl

428

Maße (L/B)

23,5/19,1 cm

Gewicht

790 g

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-0-12-823579-9

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  • Cytogenomics
  • 1. A Definition for Cytogenomics - also may be called Chromosomics

    SECTION 1: Technical Aspects 2. Overview of yet available approaches used in Cytogenomics 3. Cytogenetics 4. Molecular Cytogenetics 5. Molecular Combing solutions to characterize replication kinetics and genome rearrangements 6. Molecular Karyotyping 7. Sequencing approaches 8. Optical mapping and karyo-mapping 9. Application of CRISPR/Cas9 to visualize defined genomic sequences in fixed chromosomes and nuclei 10. Approaches for studying epigenetic aspects of the human genome

    SECTION 2: Current Cytogenomic Research 11. Chromoanagenesis phenomena and their formation mechanisms 12. Topologically associated domains and other gene regulatory elements 13. Multilayer organization of chromosomes 14. Nuclear architecture 15. Nuclear stability in early embryo. Chromosomal aberrations 16. Cytogenomic landscape of the human brain 17. Interchromosomal interactions with meaning for disease 18. Shaping of genome by long non-coding RNAs 19. Repetitive elements, heteromorphisms and copy number variants 20. Epigenetics