Usc FNP bridge course 4.6 single gene disease
#1. What is a single gene disease - a singe gene protein is responsible for causing a disease. A lot of diseased genes are mapped to a particular part of the chromosome. #2. Huntingtons disease - n...
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Usc FNP bridge course 4.10 biotechnology and genetics
#2. Target DNA sample is amplified for analysis and genetic testing
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Usc FNP bridge course 4.9 detecting genetic disorders
#1. Amniocentesis - Can detect large chromosomal changes. Amniotic fluid is withdrawn to test the fetal cells for abnormalities. #2. Trisomy 21 - And a normal karyotype #3. Post-natal genetic tes...
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USC FNP bridge course 4.5 genetic mutations
#1. Genetic Mutations - All genetic mutations that result in disease are inherited. a change in the nitrogenous base sequence of DNA that causes a change in the product encoded by that gene. can ...
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USC FNP bridge course 4.2 Principles of inheritance
#1. Principles of inheritance - In human cells the nuclei contain a diploid number of chromosomes. Genetic information is carried on 23 pairs of homologous chromosomes- one from the mother and on...
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