inverted_intrachromosomal_transposition    (CURRENT_RELEASE)

SO Accession: SO:1000158 (SOWiki)
Definition: An intrachromosomal transposition whereby the segment between the first two breaks listed is removed and inserted at the third break; the insertion is in cytologically inverted orientation with respect to its flanking segments.
Synonyms: (Drosophila)iTp, inverted intrachromosomal transposition
DB Xrefs: FB: reference_manual

Parents: inversion (SO:1000036)
inversion_cum_translocation (SO:1000148)
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