His scientific interests lie mostly in Genetics, Human genome, Chromosome, Gene duplication and Segmental duplication. All of his Genetics and Angelman syndrome, Chromosome 15, Germline, Gene rearrangement and Recombination investigations are sub-components of the entire Genetics study. The various areas that Stuart Schwartz examines in his Angelman syndrome study include Imprinting, Happy puppet syndrome and Genomic imprinting.
His research integrates issues of Centromere, Molecular evolution, Homologous recombination and Euchromatin in his study of Human genome. His Chromosome study combines topics in areas such as Mutation, Gene mutation, Microsatellite instability and Genomic organization. His Gene duplication research incorporates themes from Chromosome breakage and Copy-number variation.
Stuart Schwartz mostly deals with Genetics, Molecular biology, Chromosome, Cytogenetics and Fluorescence in situ hybridization. His study in Karyotype, Gene duplication, Phenotype, Chromosome 15 and Centromere are all subfields of Genetics. His Gene duplication research incorporates elements of Gene dosage, Comparative genomic hybridization and Human genome.
Stuart Schwartz focuses mostly in the field of Chromosome 15, narrowing it down to topics relating to Angelman syndrome and, in certain cases, Happy puppet syndrome, Genomic imprinting and Imprinting. His Chromosome research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Y chromosome and Short stature. His work deals with themes such as Meiosis and Interphase, which intersect with Fluorescence in situ hybridization.
Genetics, SNP array, Molecular biology, Bioinformatics and Single-nucleotide polymorphism are his primary areas of study. His study in Genetics concentrates on Chromosome, Copy-number variation, Haploinsufficiency, Uniparental disomy and Gene dosage. His research in Chromosome is mostly concerned with Karyotype.
His Gene dosage research includes elements of Angelman syndrome, Chromosome 15, Gene duplication, Penetrance and Host factor. Stuart Schwartz interconnects Neocentromere, Microarray, Gene, Fluorescence in situ hybridization and Interphase in the investigation of issues within Molecular biology. His Intellectual disability research includes themes of Germline, DNA methylation, Genomic imprinting and Microcephaly.
Stuart Schwartz mostly deals with Genetics, Gene duplication, Bioinformatics, Gene dosage and Copy-number variation. In his papers, Stuart Schwartz integrates diverse fields, such as Genetics and Autism spectrum disorder. His studies in Gene duplication integrate themes in fields like MYC Gene Rearrangement, Comparative genomic hybridization, Medical physics and Clinical significance.
His Bioinformatics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Failure to thrive, Intellectual disability, Locus and Genomic imprinting. The Gene dosage study combines topics in areas such as Immune system and Virology. The various areas that Stuart Schwartz examines in his Copy-number variation study include Non-coding RNA and Host factor.
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Recent Segmental Duplications in the Human Genome
Jeffrey A. Bailey;Zhiping Gu;Royden A. Clark;Knut Reinert.
Suzanne B. Cassidy;Stuart Schwartz;Jennifer L. Miller;Daniel J. Driscoll.
Genetics in Medicine (2011)
Segmental Duplications and Copy-Number Variation in the Human Genome
Andrew J. Sharp;Devin P. Locke;Sean D. McGrath;Ze Cheng.
American Journal of Human Genetics (2005)
Recurrent Rearrangements of Chromosome 1q21.1 and Variable Pediatric Phenotypes
Heather C Mefford;Andrew J Sharp;Carl Baker;Andy Itsara.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2008)
A new human prostate carcinoma cell line, 22Rv1.
R. Michael Sramkoski;Thomas G. Pretlow;Joseph M. Giaconia;Theresa P. Pretlow.
In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology – Animal (1999)
Inherited microdeletions in the Angelman and Prader-Willi syndromes define an imprinting centre on human chromosome 15.
Karin Buiting;Shinji Saitoh;Shinji Saitoh;Stephanie Gross;Bärbel Dittrich.
Nature Genetics (1995)
Discovery of previously unidentified genomic disorders from the duplication architecture of the human genome
Andrew J Sharp;Sierra Hansen;Rebecca R Selzer;Ze Cheng.
Nature Genetics (2006)
Evaluation of mental retardation: Recommendations of a consensus conference
Cynthia J. Curry;Roger E. Stevenson;David Aughton;Janice Byrne.
American Journal of Medical Genetics (1997)
Linkage Disequilibrium and Heritability of Copy-Number Polymorphisms within Duplicated Regions of the Human Genome
Devin P. Locke;Andrew J. Sharp;Steven A. McCarroll;Steven A. McCarroll;Sean D. McGrath.
American Journal of Human Genetics (2006)
CWR22: The First Human Prostate Cancer Xenograft with Strongly Androgen-dependent and Relapsed Strains Both in Vivo and in Soft Agar
Moolky Nagabhushan;Casey M. Miller;Theresa P. Pretlow;Joseph M. Giaconia.
Cancer Research (1996)
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