Can the process of meisios become cancerous?

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Post by Raegan » Tue Jan 25, 2005 5:50 am

can i play too? :wink:

Meiosis is the process by which germ cells with 46 chromosomes develop into sperm or egg cells with 23 chromosomes. There is evidence that testicular germ cell tumors may form when something abnormal happens during meiosis. Instead of forming normal sperm cells with 23 chromosomes, all 46 chromosomes remain. Usually, these chromosomes become unstable and progressively more abnormal in their shape and number (which is often between 69 and 82). Changes to chromosome 12 are particularly common, and scientists are studying DNA from this chromosome to learn more about exactly what goes wrong during meiosis and how this might be prevented or reversed.

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Post by Poison » Tue Jan 25, 2005 12:31 pm

Raegan wrote:can i play too? :wink:

Meiosis is the process by which germ cells with 46 chromosomes develop into sperm or egg cells with 23 chromosomes. There is evidence that testicular germ cell tumors may form when something abnormal happens during meiosis. Instead of forming normal sperm cells with 23 chromosomes, all 46 chromosomes remain. Usually, these chromosomes become unstable and progressively more abnormal in their shape and number (which is often between 69 and 82). Changes to chromosome 12 are particularly common, and scientists are studying DNA from this chromosome to learn more about exactly what goes wrong during meiosis and how this might be prevented or reversed.

Yes thats right. there is some info about this too in the links I have given.

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Re: Can the process of meisios become cancerous?

Post by asusor » Sat Jun 11, 2005 2:48 pm

Definitely YES, during metaphase II is oocyte blocked from cell division, but when there are some occurence in pathology of kinases, oocyte began division - result is ovarian cancer


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