Analysis of meiotic segregation modes in biopsied blastocysts from preimplantation genetic testing cycles of reciprocal translocations View Full Text


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2019-12

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Jie Wang, Dong Li, Zhipeng Xu, Zhenyu Diao, Jianjun Zhou, Fei Lin, Ningyuan Zhang

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Purpose: To analyse the meiotic segregation modes of chromosomal structural rearrangements (PGT-SR) of reciprocal translocation in biopsied blastocysts from preimplantation genetic testing and to investigate whether any features of reciprocal translocation, such as carrier gender or the presence of acrocentric chromosomes or terminal breakpoints, affect meiotic segregation modes. Methods: Comprehensive chromosomal screening was performed by next generation sequencing (NGS) on 378 biopsied blastocysts from 102 PGD cycles of 89 reciprocal translocation carriers. The segregation modes of a quadrivalent in 378 blastocysts were analysed according to the carrier's gender, chromosome type and the location of chromosome breakpoints. Results: The results showed that 122 out of 378 blastocysts (32.3%) were normal or balanced, 209 (55.3%) were translocated chromosomal abnormalities, and 47 (12.4%) were abnormalities of non-translocated chromosomes. The proportion of translocated chromosomal abnormalities in translocations without acrocentric chromosomes was significantly higher than that in blastocysts from carriers with acrocentric chromosomes (14.8% versus 5.9%, P = 0.032). Translocation with acrocentric chromosomes exhibited a significantly higher proportion of 3:1 segregation (24.8% versus 5.1%, P < 0.0001) and a lower rate of 2:2 segregation (70.3% versus 87.0%, P = 0.00028) compared with the proportions in blastocysts from carriers without acrocentric chromosomes. The frequency of adjacent-2 segregation was significantly different in translocations with terminal breakpoints compared to the frequency in blastocysts from carriers without terminal breakpoints (6.7% versus 15.5%, P = 0.013). Conclusions: This study indicates that the segregation modes in blastocysts were affected by the presence of acrocentric chromosomes and terminal breakpoints, but not by the carrier's sex. Our data may be useful for predicting the segregation pattern of a reciprocal translocation and could support genetic counselling for balanced translocation carriers for PGT cycles using blastocyst biopsy. More... »

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Molecular Cytogenetics

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