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Though speculative, it has been suggested that t(14;18) translocations may arise due to errors in the normal DNA recombination mechanisms involved in the cutting and splicing of gene segments in the IgH locus, where heavy-chain proteins are encoded in separate V, D, and J gene segments [1,28]. This speculation is based in part on the finding of sequences within or near bcl-2 on chromosome 18 that resemble the classical heptamerinonamer motifs flanking the V, D, and J gene segments, which presumably represent recognition elements for cellular recombinases.
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