Inheritance pattern

Inheritance pattern

Refers to dominant or recessive inheritance.
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Genetic testing is used in CMT classification, which should be guided by the clinical phenotype, inheritance pattern, and electrophysiological features.
While no clear inheritance pattern has been established, the disease does occur more often in patients demonstrating the serum histocompatibility antigens HLA-DR3 and HLA-DQw2.
When applying these filters, it is important to consider the zygosity of the variant and the suspected inheritance pattern before removing variants at identical chromosomal positions between individuals.
Primary extracranial meningiomas of the head and neck have also shown to have a relationship with neurofibromatosis, particularly type 2 NF characterized by bilateral acoustic schwannomas and lack of skin findings and having a defect on chromosome 22q with an autosomal-dominant inheritance pattern [3].
No clear inheritance pattern was seen in the twins' extended families, suggesting multiple genes and environmental factors are at play.
MECD, also known as juvenile hereditary epithelial dystrophy, follows an AD inheritance pattern and mainly occurs in childhood.
I have heard criticism that this does not explain muggle-borns, squibs, or the steady inheritance pattern of magical abilities; but I got your back," News.
The students were then organized into small groups, which collaborated to identify the most likely inheritance pattern for a series of model pedigrees.
Other forms of SCID usually follow an autosomal recessive inheritance pattern or are the result of spontaneous mutations.
So, this trait is conformed to monohybrid inheritance pattern and it is controlled by a dominant gene.
10 years) primary angle closure glaucoma (PACG) for (i) analyzing mutations in myocilin (MYOC) gene, (ii) inheritance pattern of MYOC gene, (iii) comparing the frequency of MYOC gene in northern and southern population, and (iv) detect genotype and phenotype correlation based on mutations.