Background: For many years the numerical abnormalities of chromosomes and their implications in Down, Turner, Patau and other human syndromes have suggested that unknown genes, proteins and enzymes are responsible. In this 22 year-long study, a new approach is described using the electric charge properties of chromosomes to solve issues concerning the mechanism responsible for the development of numerical abnormalities of chromosomes and their implication on the origin, diagnosis, predisposition and prevention of Down syndrome, Turner syndrome, Patau syndrome and other aneuploidies.
Materials and methods: Chromosome material technologies, classical and modern methods, used in this study were provided by the Human Genetics Laboratory, Munroe-Meyer Institute for Genetics and Rehabilitation, University of Nebraska Medical Center, USA.
Results and discussions: The results of this study are radically different from previous studies on numerical abnormalities of chromosomes caused by the non-disjunction and fusion of whole and broken chromosomes. These profound results contribute to a new understanding in the origin, diagnosis, predisposition and prevention of human aneuploidies.
Conclusion: Clinically relevant human syndromes and health conditions have not been fully understood because the electric charge properties of chromosomes, which are responsible for the development of numerical abnormalities of chromosomal, have been doubted, neglected and ignored in genetics and molecular biology where the construction, function and abnormalities of chromosomes are primarily studied. Using chromosome charge, which has been ignored for many years, we present and propose a solution for issues concerning Down syndrome, Turner syndrome, Patau syndrome and other aneuploidies.
Published Date: 2020-07-11; Received Date: 2020-04-18