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X-linked inheritance

A is a mode of inheritance in which a mutation in a gene on the X chromosome causes the phenotype to be expressed (1) in males (who are necessarily hemizygous for the gene mutation because they have only one X chromosome) and (2) in females who are homozygous for the gene mutation (i.e., they have a copy of the gene mutation on each of their two X chromosomes).



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Event Review: Shining a Light on Genetic Disorders – Genetic eye disorders 12 July 2021 Review
Testing times: how should we use genomic data in assisted reproduction 20 May 2019 Comment
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Radio Review: One to One - Jane Hill meets Caroline Harding 5 June 2017 Review
First human trial of gene therapy for Fabry disease 17 February 2017 News
CRISPR corrects mutation that causes blindness 1 February 2016 News
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Gene therapy looking good for inherited blindness 16 January 2014 News
'Female chromosome' might make a man a man 29 July 2013 News
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Book Review: Ethical Problems and Genetics Practice 23 July 2012 Review
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Gene therapy breakthrough for blood-clotting disease 19 December 2011 News
No immune system? No problem: Gene therapy found for 'bubble babies' 30 August 2011 News
New software successfully identifies rare disease gene 27 June 2011 News
Celebrating 20 years of preimplantation genetic diagnosis 23 July 2010 Comment
Dialogue around cousin marriage is a positive step, but it must be based on fact not fiction 22 March 2010 Comment
Families with monogenic disease 30 November 2009 Comment
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