Fragile sites


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Concept Info

NAME

Fragile sites

DESCRIPTION

Fragile sites are chromosomal regions that are susceptible to gaps or breaks. Common fragile sites occur in all individuals, are thought to be sensitive to replication stress due to chromosome structure, and are often re-arranged in cancer. Rare fragile sites are caused by nucleotide repeats and are inherited.

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