inversion_cum_translocation    (CURRENT_RELEASE)

SO Accession: SO:1000148 (SOWiki)
Definition: A chromosomal translocation whereby the first two breaks are in the same chromosome, and the region between them is rejoined in inverted order to the other side of the first break, such that both sides of break one are present on the same chromosome. The remaining free ends are joined as a translocation with those resulting from the third break.
Synonyms: (Drosophila)InT, (Drosophila)T, inversion cum translocation
DB Xrefs: FB: reference_manual

Parents: inversion (SO:1000036)
chromosomal_translocation (SO:1000044)
chromosomal_inversion (SO:1000030)

Child: inverted_intrachromosomal_transposition (SO:1000158)
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