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Alain Ducos, Hélène-Marie Berland, Nathalie Bonnet, Anne Calgaro, Sébastien Billoux, Nicolas Mary, Amélie Garnier-Bonnet, Roland Darré, Alain Pinton. Genet Sel Evol 2007
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Cytogenetic screening of livestock populations in Europe: an overview.
A Ducos, T Revay, A Kovacs, A Hidas, A Pinton, A Bonnet-Garnier, L Molteni, E Slota, M Switonski, M V Arruga,[...]. Cytogenet Genome Res 2008
83
68

Chromosomal abnormalities, meiotic behavior and fertility in domestic animals.
D A F Villagómez, A Pinton. Cytogenet Genome Res 2008
33
34



Prevalence and consequences of chromosomal abnormalities in Canadian commercial swine herds.
Anh T Quach, Tamas Revay, Daniel A F Villagomez, Mariana P Macedo, Alison Sullivan, Laurence Maignel, Stefanie Wyss, Brian Sullivan, W Allan King. Genet Sel Evol 2016
14
64

Reproductive consequences of a reciprocal chromosomal translocation in two Duroc boars used to provide semen for artificial insemination.
A Rodríguez, E Sanz, E De Mercado, E Gómez, M Martín, C Carrascosa, E Gómez-Fidalgo, D A F Villagómez, R Sánchez-Sánchez. Theriogenology 2010
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40


Meiotic studies in an azoospermic boar carrying a Y;14 translocation.
A Pinton, I Raymond Letron, H M Berland, N Bonnet, A Calgaro, A Garnier-Bonnet, M Yerle, A Ducos. Cytogenet Genome Res 2008
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31

Nine new cases of reciprocal translocation in the domestic pig (Sus scrofa domestica L.).
A Ducos, H M Berland, A Pinton, E Guillemot, A Seguela, M F Blanc, A Darre, R Darre. J Hered 1998
28
21

Chromosomal abnormalities in hypoprolific boars.
A Pinton, A Ducos, H Berland, A Seguela, C Brun-Baronnat, A Darré, R Darré, A Schmitz, M Yerle. Hereditas 2000
21
28

Veterinary cytogenetics: past and perspective.
P K Basrur, G Stranzinger. Cytogenet Genome Res 2008
10
60

Non-Random Distribution of Reciprocal Translocation Breakpoints in the Pig Genome.
Brendan Donaldson, Daniel A F Villagomez, Tamas Revay, Samira Rezaei, W Allan King. Genes (Basel) 2019
8
75


Accurate characterization of porcine bivariate flow karyotype by PCR and fluorescence in situ hybridization.
M Yerle, A Schmitz, D Milan, B Chaput, L Monteagudo, M Vaiman, G Frelat, J Gellin. Genomics 1993
59
17

Segregation of chromosomes in sperm of reciprocal translocation carriers: a review.
J Benet, M Oliver-Bonet, P Cifuentes, C Templado, J Navarro. Cytogenet Genome Res 2005
83
17

Construction of a swine BAC library: application to the characterization and mapping of porcine type C endoviral elements.
C Rogel-Gaillard, N Bourgeaux, A Billault, M Vaiman, P Chardon. Cytogenet Cell Genet 1999
115
17

Male meiotic segregation analyses of peri- and paracentric inversions in the pig species.
K Massip, N Bonnet, A Calgaro, S Billoux, V Baquié, N Mary, A Bonnet-Garnier, A Ducos, M Yerle, A Pinton. Cytogenet Genome Res 2009
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Influence of sex on the meiotic segregation of a t(13;17) Robertsonian translocation: a case study in the pig.
A Pinton, A Calgaro, N Bonnet, S Ferchaud, S Billoux, A M Dudez, N Mary, K Massip, A Bonnet-Garnier, M Yerle,[...]. Hum Reprod 2009
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Analysis using sperm-FISH of a putative interchromosomal effect in boars carrying reciprocal translocations.
A Bonnet-Garnier, S Guardia, A Pinton, A Ducos, M Yerle. Cytogenet Genome Res 2009
10
50


Ensembl 2007.
T J P Hubbard, B L Aken, K Beal, B Ballester, M Caccamo, Y Chen, L Clarke, G Coates, F Cunningham, T Cutts,[...]. Nucleic Acids Res 2007
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Silencing of unsynapsed meiotic chromosomes in the mouse.
James M A Turner, Shantha K Mahadevaiah, Oscar Fernandez-Capetillo, André Nussenzweig, Xiaoling Xu, Chu-Xia Deng, Paul S Burgoyne. Nat Genet 2005
400
13


Study of inter- and intra-individual variation of meiotic segregation patterns in t(3;15)(q27;q13) boars.
K Massip, H Berland, N Bonnet, A Calgaro, S Billoux, V Baquié, N Mary, A Bonnet-Garnier, A Ducos, M Yerle,[...]. Theriogenology 2008
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40



Fluorescence in situ hybridization applied to domestic animal cytogenetics.
J Rubes, A Pinton, A Bonnet-Garnier, V Fillon, P Musilova, K Michalova, S Kubickova, A Ducos, M Yerle. Cytogenet Genome Res 2009
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20

Investigation of chromosome aneuploidies in early porcine embryos using comparative genomic hybridization.
M Hornak, P Hulinska, P Musilova, S Kubickova, J Rubes. Cytogenet Genome Res 2009
14
28

Classical and molecular cytogenetics of disorders of sex development in domestic animals.
D A F Villagómez, P Parma, O Radi, G Di Meo, A Pinton, L Iannuzzi, W A King. Cytogenet Genome Res 2009
51
13

Studies of male and female meiosis in inv(4)(p1.4;q2.3) pig carriers.
Katia Massip, Martine Yerle, Yvon Billon, Stéphane Ferchaud, Nathalie Bonnet, Anne Calgaro, Nicolas Mary, Anne-Marie Dudez, Céline Sentenac, Christophe Plard,[...]. Chromosome Res 2010
16
25

Studies of synaptonemal complexes in farm mammals--a review.
M Switoński, G Stranzinger. J Hered 1998
26
15

Azoospermia and Testicular Hypoplasia in a Boar Carrier of a Novel Y-Autosome Translocation.
Daniel A F Villagómez, Tamas Revay, Brendan Donaldson, Samira Rezaei, Alain Pinton, Manuel Palomino, Awang Junaidi, Ali Honaramooz, W Allan King. Sex Dev 2017
8
50

Prevalence of chromosomal aberrations in breeding pigs in Spain.
Raúl Sánchez-Sánchez, Ernesto Gómez-Fidalgo, Sonia Pérez-Garnelo, Mercedes Martín-Lluch, Paloma De la Cruz-Vigo. Reprod Domest Anim 2019
5
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Chromosomal imbalance in pigs showing a syndromic form of cleft palate.
Alexander Grahofer, Anna Letko, Irene Monika Häfliger, Vidhya Jagannathan, Alain Ducos, Olivia Richard, Vanessa Peter, Heiko Nathues, Cord Drögemüller. BMC Genomics 2019
10
40

Isolation of subtelomeric sequences of porcine chromosomes for translocation screening reveals errors in the pig genome assembly.
R E O'Connor, G Fonseka, R Frodsham, A L Archibald, M Lawrie, G A Walling, D K Griffin. Anim Genet 2017
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Y/autosomal translocations.
J Nielsen, K Rasmussen. Clin Genet 1976
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Pachytene asynapsis drives meiotic sex chromosome inactivation and leads to substantial postmeiotic repression in spermatids.
James M A Turner, Shantha K Mahadevaiah, Peter J I Ellis, Michael J Mitchell, Paul S Burgoyne. Dev Cell 2006
206
10


A new reciprocal translocation (7q+;15q-) in the domestic pig.
G D Konfortova, N G Miller, E M Tucker. Cytogenet Cell Genet 1995
13
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Meiosis and apoptosis in germ cells of X-autosome translocation carrier boars.
W Koykul, M Baguma-Nibasheka, W A King, P K Basrur. Mol Reprod Dev 2000
11
27

Characterization of a translocation and its impact on fertility in the pig.
B Singh, K R Fisher, B R Yadav, P K Basrur. Genome 1994
12
25

Reproductive consequences of an X-autosome translocation in a swine herd.
M S Neal, E R Reyes, K S Fisher, W A King, P K Basrur. Can Vet J 1998
13
23

Five new cases of reciprocal translocation in the domestic pig.
A Ducos, A Pinton, H M Berland, A Seguela, M F Blanc, A Darre, R Darre. Hereditas 1998
14
21

A reciprocal translocation, t(6p+; 14q-), in the pig.
K Madan, C E Ford, C Polge. J Reprod Fertil 1978
26
11


Tools of the trade: diagnostics and research in domestic animal cytogenetics.
Leopoldo Iannuzzi, Dino Di Berardino. J Appl Genet 2008
64
10

Identification of a new reciprocal translocation in an AI bull by synaptonemal complex analysis, followed by chromosome painting.
M Switonski, M Andersson, J Nowacka-Woszuk, I Szczerbal, J Sosnowski, C Kopp, H Cernohorska, J Rubes. Cytogenet Genome Res 2008
16
18

Equine clinical cytogenetics: the past and future.
T L Lear, E Bailey. Cytogenet Genome Res 2008
41
10

A mapping and evolutionary study of porcine sex chromosome genes.
Claire R Quilter, Sarah C Blott, Alan J Mileham, Nabeel A Affara, Carole A Sargent, Darren K Griffin. Mamm Genome 2002
38
10


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