These duplications most commonly occur in one of two forms. These include an extra isodicentric 15 chromosome, abbreviated idic(15), or an interstitial duplication 15, abbreviated int dup(15). When the duplicated material comes from the maternal chromosome, developmental problems are often the result. In most cases of chromosome 15q duplication syndrome, the chromosome duplication is not inherited, but occurred as a random event during the formation of reproductive cells.
Jeremy Sicile-Kira is excited to announce his first curated solo show art exhibit in San Diego.
Graduate Assistant Kevin Hope of UTHSC Receives $100,000 Grant for Epilepsy, Autism Research
We are pleased to welcome David Gifford, Elaine Lowell and Tessa Quinlan to the Dup15q Alliance Board.