Svetlana G Vorsanova
Svetlana G Vorsanova
Veltischev Research and Clinical Institute for Pediatrics, RNRMU, Moscow, Russia
Verified email at biodiscoveryjournal.co.uk
TitleCited byYear
Aneuploidy and confined chromosomal mosaicism in the developing human brain
YB Yurov, IY Iourov, SG Vorsanova, T Liehr, AD Kolotii, SI Kutsev, ...
PloS one 2 (6), e558, 2007
2142007
Aneuploidy in the normal, Alzheimer's disease and ataxia-telangiectasia brain: differential expression and pathological meaning
IY Iourov, SG Vorsanova, T Liehr, YB Yurov
Neurobiology of disease 34 (2), 212-220, 2009
1902009
Chromosomal mosaicism goes global
IY Iourov, SG Vorsanova, YB Yurov
Molecular cytogenetics 1 (1), 26, 2008
1602008
Unexplained autism is frequently associated with low-level mosaic aneuploidy
YB Yurov, SG Vorsanova, IY Iourov, IA Demidova, AK Beresheva, ...
Journal of medical genetics 44 (8), 521-525, 2007
1512007
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138*2006
The variation of aneuploidy frequency in the developing and adult human brain revealed by an interphase FISH study
YB Yurov, IY Iourov, VV Monakhov, IV Soloviev, VM Vostrikov, ...
Journal of Histochemistry & Cytochemistry 53 (3), 385-390, 2005
1352005
Chromosomal variation in mammalian neuronal cells: known facts and attractive hypotheses
IY Iourov, SG Vorsanova, YB Yurov
International review of cytology 249, 143-191, 2006
1342006
Increased chromosome instability dramatically disrupts neural genome integrity and mediates cerebellar degeneration in the ataxia-telangiectasia brain
IY Iourov, SG Vorsanova, T Liehr, AD Kolotii, YB Yurov
Human Molecular Genetics 18 (14), 2656-2669, 2009
1282009
Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH)
T Liehr
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2017
1272017
Evidence for high frequency of chromosomal mosaicism in spontaneous abortions revealed by interphase FISH analysis
SG Vorsanova, AD Kolotii, IY Iourov, VV Monakhov, EA Kirillova, ...
Journal of Histochemistry & Cytochemistry 53 (3), 375-380, 2005
1242005
Human interphase chromosomes: a review of available molecular cytogenetic technologies
SG Vorsanova, YB Yurov, IY Iourov
Molecular cytogenetics 3 (1), 1, 2010
1202010
Molecular cytogenetics and cytogenomics of brain diseases
IY Iourov, SG Vorsanova, YB Yurov
Current genomics 9 (7), 452-465, 2008
1082008
Molecular karyotyping by array CGH in a Russian cohort of children with intellectual disability, autism, epilepsy and congenital anomalies
IY Iourov, SG Vorsanova, OS Kurinnaia, MA Zelenova, AP Silvanovich, ...
Molecular Cytogenetics 5 (1), 46, 2012
1052012
The schizophrenia brain exhibits low-level aneuploidy involving chromosome 1
YB Yurov, IY Iourov, SG Vorsanova, IA Demidova, VS Kravetz, ...
Schizophrenia research 98 (1-3), 139-147, 2008
1012008
Multicolor fluorescent in situ hybridization on post-mortem brain in schizophrenia as an approach for identification of low-level chromosomal aneuploidy in neuropsychiatric
YB Yurov, VM Vostrikov, SG Vorsanova, VV Monakhov, IY Iourov
Brain and Development 23, S186-S190, 2001
922001
High resolution multicolor fluorescence in situ hybridization using cyanine and fluorescein dyes: rapid chromosome identification by directly fluorescently labeled alphoid DNA
YB Yurov, IV Soloviev, SG Vorsanova, B Marcais, G Roize, R Lewis
Human genetics 97 (3), 390-398, 1996
911996
Somatic genome variations in health and disease
IY Iourov, SG Vorsanova, YB Yurov
Current genomics 11 (6), 387-396, 2010
872010
Visualization of interphase chromosomes in postmitotic cells of the human brain by multicolour banding (MCB)
IY Iourov, T Liehr, SG Vorsanova, AD Kolotii, YB Yurov
Chromosome Research 14 (3), 223-229, 2006
792006
The DNA replication stress hypothesis of Alzheimers disease
YB Yurov, SG Vorsanova, IY Iourov
The Scientific World Journal 11, 2602-2612, 2011
742011
An approach for quantitative assessment of fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) signals for applied human molecular cytogenetics
IY Iourov, IV Soloviev, SG Vorsanova, VV Monakhov, YB Yurov
Journal of Histochemistry & Cytochemistry 53 (3), 401-408, 2005
692005
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