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Journal of Genetics and Genomes
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Thomas Liehr

Thomas Liehr
Thomas Liehr
Institute of Human Genetics
Friedrich Schiller University
Germany
Email id - [email protected] 

Biography

Professor of the Yerevan State University, Armenia and Visiting Professor of University of Belgrade, School of Medicine, Serbia

Research Interest

the interest in chromosome structure and evolution. the main research interest is within the frame of clinical genetic research, i.e. the characterization of acquired and inherited chromosomal aberrations with the aim to understand the biological background of how and why such alterations from the normal happen. There are ongoing projects on small supernumerary marker chromosomes, chromosomal heteromorphisms on chromosomes 2 and 9 and fragile sites.

Publications

Editor's Note: Journal of Genetics and Genomes

Importance of Databases for Human Genetic Diagnostics

Thomas Liehr
Editor Note: J Genet Genom 2017, 1: e104

Successful Management of Three Pregnancies Under Imatinib Treatment in a Chronic Myeloid Leukemia Patient: A Case Report and Review of the Literature

Thomas Liehr
Editorial: J Genet Genom 2018, 2: e105

Human Cytogenetics Case Report Yet Unreported Heteromorphic Variantin Chromosome 17

Abdulsamad Wafa, Suher AL-Medani, Thomas Liehr, Faten Moassass and Walid AL-Achkar
Case Report: J Genet Genom 2017, 1: 111

Modern High Throughput Approaches are not meant to Replace ‘Old Fashioned’ but Robust Techniques

Amina Kurtovic-Kozaric, Lejla Mehinovic, Hana Komic, Mirza Kozaric, Azra Husic-Selimovic, Monika Ziegler and Thomas Liehr
Case Report: J Genet Genom 2017,1: 101
Thomas Liehr, Kristin Mrasek, Elisabeth Klein and Anja Weise
Editorial: J Genet Genom 2017,1: e101
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