His scientific interests lie mostly in Genetics, Molecular biology, Bioinformatics, Comparative genomic hybridization and Copy-number variation. Genome, Human genome, Phenotype, Chromosomal translocation and Gene mapping are the primary areas of interest in his Genetics study. Joris Vermeesch has researched Molecular biology in several fields, including Complementary DNA, Gene, Exon, Centromere and Glypican.
Joris Vermeesch has included themes like Prenatal diagnosis and Human genetics in his Bioinformatics study. Joris Vermeesch interconnects Preimplantation genetic diagnosis and Karyotype, Ring chromosome in the investigation of issues within Comparative genomic hybridization. His Copy-number variation research incorporates themes from Subtelomere, Microcephaly and Unknown Significance.
Joris Vermeesch focuses on Genetics, Karyotype, Computational biology, Copy-number variation and Gene. His study involves Chromosome, Phenotype, Gene duplication, Breakpoint and Genome, a branch of Genetics. Joris Vermeesch is interested in Human genome, which is a field of Genome.
His studies in Karyotype integrate themes in fields like Chromosomal translocation, Trisomy, Molecular biology, Cytogenetics and Fluorescence in situ hybridization. The study incorporates disciplines such as Prenatal diagnosis, Comparative genomic hybridization and Bioinformatics in addition to Copy-number variation.
His primary areas of study are Genetics, Copy-number variation, Genome, Gene and Computational biology. His study in Allele, Breakpoint, Locus, Missense mutation and Human genetics are all subfields of Genetics. His research investigates the connection with Copy-number variation and areas like Intellectual disability which intersect with concerns in Penetrance, Genetic counseling and Intelligence quotient.
In the subject of general Genome, his work in Human genome is often linked to Segmental duplication, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His work in the fields of Gene, such as Frameshift mutation, Sequence assembly and Chromosome, intersects with other areas such as In patient. The Computational biology study combines topics in areas such as Preimplantation genetic diagnosis, Contig and Genomic sequencing.
Joris Vermeesch mostly deals with Genetics, Copy-number variation, Gene, Intellectual disability and Allele. His DiGeorge syndrome, Locus, Human genetics, Low copy repeats and Sequence investigations are all subjects of Genetics research. His Copy-number variation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Microarray, Comparative genomic hybridization and Genotype.
His Comparative genomic hybridization study which covers SNP array that intersects with Genome. His research on Intellectual disability also deals with topics like
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Emerging patterns of cryptic chromosomal imbalance in patients with idiopathic mental retardation and multiple congenital anomalies: a new series of 140 patients and review of published reports
B. Menten;N. Maas;B. Thienpont;K. Buysse.
Journal of Medical Genetics (2006)
Detection of genomic copy number changes in patients with idiopathic mental retardation by high-resolution X-array-CGH: important role for increased gene dosage of XLMR genes.
Guido Froyen;Hilde Van Esch;Marijke Bauters;Karen Hollanders.
Human Mutation (2007)
Guidelines for molecular karyotyping in constitutional genetic diagnosis.
Joris Robert Vermeesch;Heike Fiegler;Nicole de Leeuw;Karoly Szuhai.
European Journal of Human Genetics (2007)
Exon Array CGH: Detection of Copy-Number Changes at the Resolution of Individual Exons in the Human Genome
Pawandeep Dhami;Alison J. Coffey;Stephen Abbs;Joris R. Vermeesch.
American Journal of Human Genetics (2005)
Delineation of the critical deletion region for congenital heart defects, on chromosome 8p23.1.
Koenraad Devriendt;Gert Matthijs;Roeland Van Dael;Marc Gewillig.
American Journal of Human Genetics (1999)
Mild Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome: micro-array CGH analysis of atypical 4p16.3 deletions enables refinement of the genotype-phenotype map
G Van Buggenhout;C Melotte;B Dutta;G Froyen.
Journal of Medical Genetics (2004)
Preimplantation genetic screening for aneuploidy of embryos after in vitro fertilization in women aged at least 35 years: a prospective randomized trial
Sophie Debrock;Cindy Melotte;Carl Spiessens;Karen Peeraer.
Fertility and Sterility (2010)
Human sphingosine-1-phosphate lyase: cDNA cloning, functional expression studies and mapping to chromosome 10q22(1).
Paul P. Van Veldhoven;Sofie Gijsbers;Guy P. Mannaerts;Joris R. Vermeesch.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (2000)
Contiguous gene deletion within chromosome arm 10q is associated with juvenile polyposis of infancy, reflecting cooperation between the BMPR1A and PTEN tumor-suppressor genes.
Capucine Delnatte;Damien Sanlaville;Jean François Mougenot;Joris Robert Vermeesch.
American Journal of Human Genetics (2006)
Large deletions of the APC gene in 15% of mutation-negative patients with classical polyposis (FAP): a Belgian study.
Geneviève Michils;Sabine Tejpar;Reinhilde Thoelen;Eric van Cutsem.
Human Mutation (2005)
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