Goljan book says Autosomal dominant
The same guy in his audios says Autosomal recessive :rolleyes:
Does anyone know the right mode of inheritance ? Please tell me where you got your answer from, the internet itself has given me different answers ..
Ok, this one is probably a very overlooked topic but a very High Yield one, so lets start a discussion and postings of useful links and Vids explaining USMLE Lab Techniques found in Genetics/Immuno/Biochem etc. ( PCR, Blots, Assays, Coombs for instance)
Kindly post useful videos that you have...
Sickle-cell anemia is an interesting genetic disease. Normal homozygous individials (SS) have normal blood cells that are easily infected with the malarial parasite. Thus, many of these individuals become very ill from the parasite and many die. Individuals homozygous for the sickle-cell...
Hi there Im referring to Chapter 5 Gene Mapping in the Genetics section. For question 5 at the backside in the answers and explanations, the answer is right and I agree with it but the explanation is confusing, it says that all the individuals from 2-6 are recombinants between these loci of ABO...
Hello everyone a quick question let's say a woman inherits an X linked recessive disease and the inactivation of the NORMAL x gene occurs making the x linked gene active does this woman express the gene or not? Im reading she doesn't express it because she has another X chromosome so hence the...
A - Agammaglobulinemia (Bruton's)
B - Blindness to colors
C - Chronic granulomatosus disease
D - Dystrophies (Duchenne's and Becker's)
E - hEmophilia (A and B)
F - Fabry's disease
G - G6PD deficiency
H - Hunter's syndrome
L - Lesch-Nyhan syndrome
O - Ornithine transcarbamoylase...
what is the most common inherited cause ? and genetic cause of mental retardation, to my surprise ans to both of htem diff as per book i referred to.
so what you think is the ans.
what is the diff in above 2 questions ?
A 45-year-old woman (III, 7) comes to the physician for routice examination. Several of her family members have hereditary telangectasia. A pedigree is shown. Physical examination and full medical evaluation show no abnormality. Which of the following best explain for this patient's health?
A 37 y/o female has a son with DMD She has had blood tests to see if she is a carrier and she is not. She is now pregnant with another son and has also had genetic testing done via cvs on the fetus for DMD which has come back negative. There is no family history, she has 5 healthy brother and 4...
This is really confusing and difficult to remember.
Let me list them here;
Chromosome 14 (Ig heavy chain) and Chromosome 18 (bcl-2 inhibit apoptosis)
Chromosome 14 (Ig heavy chain) and Chromosome 8 (C-myc oncogene)
Mantle Cell Lymphoma...
A 40-year-old man presents to the emergency department with 8 hours of uncontrollable epistaxis. In the past 3 months he has felt increasingly fatigued, and has lost 11.3 kg (25 lb). On physical examination, he is pale and is found to be bleeding from his gingivae. He also has diffuse petechiae...
Can anyone please explain these terms for me :
Adjacent segregation and Alternate segregation
Reciprocal translocation and Robertsonian translocation
Recently came across this question in kaplan Qbook, 1st test biochem Q-18, if someone has come across it and explain it in context to this...
A 1-day-old neonate has hemolytic disease of the newborn. The parents are both Rh-positive, but IgG isohemagglutinins are found in the mother's blood. Which of the following parental blood types is most likely to cause this condition?
A. Mother: A & Father: O
B. Mother: AB & Father: O