Genetic Disorders

Genes are heredity form squares. They're transferred from one parent to another. We carry the DNA, the instructions to produce proteins. The proteins do the vast majority of cell function. We transfer particles from one place to the next, form structures, isolate toxins, and perform various other support tasks. At times there is a change, a value improvement, or gene modification. The conversion changes the criteria of the quality to make a protein, so the protein does not function properly or is completely missing.

  • Multifactorial disorder

  • Chromosomal disorder



 


  • cystic fibrosis
  • Marfan syndrome
  • sickle cell anemia

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