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In Pathology, Vol. 51 K. -_ __ ARMA DILLO) (HETEROCARYOT ICI WITHOUT CHI MER I SM BLOOD CH I M ERA FREE MA RTIN IS M B L ASTOC YST FUSION WITH OR CHIMERA (HERMAPHRODITE I ? '::}::r______t--___ ZyGOTIC (TRIPLOm. P[It Ill , 1\ FERTILIZATION 1\ BIRTH il'O~&. '" ' 011''1' Fig. 10. In this schematic representation the point of view is taken that a biological continuum exists between the various forms of genic admixtures. These types are largely determined by the timing of the adverse event. Z zygote at left at the time of fertilization.
This suggests a one-way intrauterine exchange of precursor cells which is also seen in case 7 where both twins possess 85 % of the female infant's cells. In this case both twins had nearly identical birth weights and their hemoglobins were similar, thus precluding a similarity to the "transfusion syndrome" of identical twins (BENIRSCHKE and DRISCOLL, 1967). In no case were placental anastomoses actually observed. In several instances the female of heterosexual twins had normal sexual development, some even had several pregnancies.
1959) had previously reported a very similar instance. One of dizygous girl twins had a 5 % red blood cell admixture at age 4 months which had disappeared by 6 months of age. The chimeric twin accepted switchgrafts for 16 days, as opposed to 12 days of the nonchimeric twin, and the authors assume a gradual elimination of the chimeric population by immunologic mechanisms. The many problems raised by various authors indicate how valuable such chimeric twins may become in answering basic biologic questions in reproduction, embryology and immunology.
Current Topics in Pathology: Ergebnisse der Pathologie by Kurt Benirschke (auth.), H.-W. Altmann, K. Benirschke, K. M. Brinkhous, A. Bohle, P. Cohrs, H. Cottier, M. Eder, P. Gedigk, W. Giese, Chr. Hedinger, S. Iijima, W. H. Kirsten, I. Klatzo, K. Lennert, H. Meessen, W. Sandritter, G. Seifert, H. C. Stoerk, H. U