International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 5, Part H (2016)
Chromothripsis: A Review
Binoy Chandra Naha, Prasanta Boro, Chandra Prakash, Lalrengpuii Sailo, Atherajendra Prasad, Rajni Chaudhary, Om Prakash
Chromothripsis is the surprising event by which up to thousands of came into groups chromosomal reordering come to mind in a single event in localised and limited genomic fields, ranges in one or a few chromosomes, and is certain to be complex in both cancer and from birth diseases. It takes place through one massive genomic reordering during a single of sudden trouble event in the prison room's history. It is belief that for the unit to be able to put up with such a causing destruction event, the event of such an event must be the upper limit of what an unit can put up with and live on. The chromothripsis surprising event opposes the limited by agreement theory that cancer is the slow, by stages property of genomic reordering and somatic mutations over time.
How to cite this article:
Binoy Chandra Naha, Prasanta Boro, Chandra Prakash, Lalrengpuii Sailo, Atherajendra Prasad, Rajni Chaudhary, Om Prakash. Chromothripsis: A Review. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(5):497-501.