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Discussion: Autosomal Recessive Manner
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Discussion: Autosomal Recessive Manner
More than seventy per cent of hereditary spherocytosis cases is usually inherited in what is known as autosomal form. It simply means that having, the mutation in one copy of the responsible gene in every cell is adequate to lead to several features of the condition. In another scenario, an affected person receives or inherits the mutated gene from the affected parent. In some scenes, the individual can get the disease without having any family history of the condition. Such cases are known as the de novo mutation. Christensen, Yaish, & Gallagher (2015) state, “When a person with a mutation that causes an autosomal dominant condition has children, each child has a 50% (1 in 2) chance to inherit that mutation (p. 1107-1114)” At some point hereditary spherocytosis in inherited in autosomal recessive manner, however, it is not shared. In this, the affected individual must possess both copies of the responsible gene in every cell. The affected individual inherits a mutated copy of the gene from each parent who is also known as a carrier. Carriers of such genes do not have any signs of the diseases or the condition. Such people are never affected by hereditary spherocytosis.
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Pugi, J., Drury, L. J., Langer, J. C., Butchart, S., Fantauzzi, M., Baker, J., … Carcao, M. (2016, December 2). Genotype/Phenotype Correlations in 103 Children from 87 Families with Hereditary Spherocytosis. Retrieved from http://www.bloodjournal.org/content/128/22/2432?sso-checked=true
· This article talks about Genotype/Phenotype correlations in 103 children from different families about 87 with the genetic disease Hereditary Spherocytosis.
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