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Mendelian inheritance

A pattern of inheritance displayed by a trait under the control of one gene, akin to the patterns of inheritance described by the nineteenth-century scientist and priest Gregor Mendel.

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US funding boost for single-gene disorder research 26 July 2021 News
Podcast Review: How to be a Superhero – The hidden powers within your genes 29 March 2021 Review
Selfish genetic elements identified in sperm race 8 March 2021 News
Sperm use poison to disable competitors 8 February 2021 News
Podcast Review: Pimp My Genome – The wonderful world of epigenetics 5 October 2020 Review
GIANT makes short work of height gene discovery 20 February 2017 Comment
Donor conception: a question of perspective 26 November 2012 Comment
Whole fetal genome sequenced for the first time 11 June 2012 News
US health institute launches genetic test database 5 March 2012 News
US National Institutes of Health put $416 million into personalised medicine 12 December 2011 News
Book Review: Ethical and Legal Requirements for Transnational Genetic Research 26 September 2011 Review
Book Review: Genetic Twists of Fate 19 September 2011 Review
Complex genetics of autism unveiled 13 June 2011 News
A decade of progress and misunderstandings 28 June 2010 Comment
Back to the future 15 February 2010 Comment
Genome research shifts focus to help individuals 5 October 2009 News
Death of medical genetics expert 28 July 2008 News
Free fetal DNA for non-invasive prenatal diagnosis (NIPD): ethical aspects 16 June 2008 Comment
Genetic trait inherited through RNA 29 May 2006 News
Putting genes in their place 29 May 2003 Comment
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