His main research concerns Genetics, Meiosis, Trisomy, Aneuploidy and Nondisjunction. His study in Meiosis II, Chromosome, Recombination, Locus and Gene mapping is carried out as part of his Genetics studies. His Meiosis study incorporates themes from Genetic recombination, Oogenesis, Model organism and Chromosome segregation.
His Trisomy research incorporates themes from Pregnancy, Abortion, Obstetrics, Physiology and Chromosome abnormality. As a part of the same scientific family, Terry J. Hassold mostly works in the field of Chromosome abnormality, focusing on Monosomy and, on occasion, Incidence, Human genetics, Meiotic chromosome segregation, Female meiosis I and Bioinformatics. His Aneuploidy research includes elements of Sperm, Down syndrome, Y chromosome and X chromosome.
His primary areas of investigation include Genetics, Meiosis, Aneuploidy, Trisomy and Chromosome. His studies in Nondisjunction, Chromosome 21, Genetic recombination, Cytogenetics and Meiosis II are all subfields of Genetics research. Terry J. Hassold interconnects Homologous chromosome, Recombination and Homologous recombination in the investigation of issues within Meiosis.
He combines subjects such as Autosome, X chromosome, Monosomy, Sperm and Chromosome abnormality with his study of Aneuploidy. Terry J. Hassold has researched Trisomy in several fields, including Pregnancy, Abortion, Karyotype, Down syndrome and Physiology. His Chromosome study combines topics in areas such as Molecular biology, Incidence and Human genetics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Genetics, Meiosis, Aneuploidy, Homologous chromosome and Homologous recombination. Recombination, Trisomy, Synaptonemal complex, Prophase and Nondisjunction are subfields of Genetics in which his conducts study. His research integrates issues of Meiotic entry, Chromosome 21 and Fetus, Human fetal in his study of Trisomy.
Terry J. Hassold is interested in Synapsis, which is a field of Meiosis. His Aneuploidy study which covers Oogenesis that intersects with Andrology. His study in the fields of Chromosome abnormality and Fluorescence in situ hybridization under the domain of Chromosome overlaps with other disciplines such as Abnormality.
His primary scientific interests are in Meiosis, Genetics, Synaptonemal complex, Synapsis and Prophase. His research links Sperm with Meiosis. His study in Homologous chromosome, Chromosome segregation and Aneuploidy falls within the category of Genetics.
Terry J. Hassold brings together Aneuploidy and Human Females to produce work in his papers. His work deals with themes such as Genetic recombination, Strand invasion and Homologous recombination, which intersect with Synaptonemal complex. His studies deal with areas such as Chromosomal crossover, Germline, Stem cell, Spermatogenesis and Estrogen as well as Synapsis.
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To err (meiotically) is human: the genesis of human aneuploidy
Terry J. Hassold;Patricia A. Hunt.
Nature Reviews Genetics (2001)
Human aneuploidy: mechanisms and new insights into an age-old problem
So I. Nagaoka;Terry J. Hassold;Patricia A. Hunt.
Nature Reviews Genetics (2012)
TRISOMY IN MAN
Terry J. Hassold;Patricia A . Jacobs.
Annual Review of Genetics (1984)
A cytogenetic study of 1000 spontaneous abortions
T. Hassold;N. Chen;J. Funkhouser;T. Jooss.
Annals of Human Genetics (1980)
The origin of human aneuploidy: Where we have been, where we are going
Terry Hassold;Heather Hall;Patricia Hunt.
Human Molecular Genetics (2007)
Bisphenol A Exposure Causes Meiotic Aneuploidy in the Female Mouse
Patricia A. Hunt;Kara E. Koehler;Martha Susiarjo;Craig Alan Hodges.
Current Biology (2003)
Maternal age-specific rates of numerical chromosome abnormalities with special reference to trisomy.
T Hassold;D Chiu.
Human Genetics (1985)
Stra8 and its inducer, retinoic acid, regulate meiotic initiation in both spermatogenesis and oogenesis in mice
Ericka L. Anderson;Andrew E. Baltus;Hermien L. Roepers-Gajadien;Terry J. Hassold.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2008)
Human aneuploidy: Incidence, origin, and etiology
Terry Hassold;Michael Abruzzo;Kenneth Adkins;Darren Griffin.
Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis (1996)
Population-based study of congenital heart defects in Down syndrome.
Sallie B. Freeman;Lisa F. Taft;Kenneth J. Dooley;Katherine Allran.
American Journal of Medical Genetics (1998)
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