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Monosomy 1p36

Catalogue Numbers
LPU 020-S (5 tests)
LPU 020 (10 tests)

Monosomy 1p36 (1p36 deletion syndrome) is one of the most common terminal deletion syndromes, occurring in an estimated 1 in 10,000 births1.

It is characterised by developmental delay, growth abnormalities and craniofacial dysmorphism. Minor cardiac malformations, sensorineural hearing loss and opthalmological anomalies have also been observed2. Deletions are extremely variable and range from 1.5 to 10.5Mb3.

The SKI gene, located at 1p36.33, was deleted in all individuals tested with 1p36 deletion syndrome4. This gene is involved in neural tube development and muscle differentiation5 and deletions in mice produce phenotypes with some similarities to those seen in individuals with 1p36 deletion syndrome6.

The quality of the products we have received from Cytocell have been excellent. The FISH probes they provide to us give intense, strong signals and are a pleasure to count. What has really stood out however has been the level of support and assistance provided by Cytocell’s application specialists. The team worked very closely alongside our own during the adoption of this product and spent many hours with us perfecting the technique, going above and beyond what I would expect during the transition period. Source BioScience absolutely demand high quality products and service to be able to deliver our results with confidence, and that is what we have received from Cytocell. Neil Ryan, Laboratory Operations Manager at Source BioScience


1. Shaffer, Lupski et al., Annu Rev Genet 2000;34:297-329

2. Slavotinek A et al., J Med Genet 1999;36:657-663

3. Heilstedt HA et al., Am J Hum Genet 2003;72:1200-12

4. Colmenares C, Nat Genet 2002;30:106-9

5. Kaufman CD et al., Mech Dev 2000;95:147-62

6. Berk M et al., Genes Dev 1997;11:2029-39

Microscope Images

Monosomy 1p36 magnified


This product is intended to be used on Carnoy’s solution (3:1 methanol/acetic acid) fixed peripheral blood samples.