What is Autosomal Dominant Inheritance?

What is Autosomal Dominant Inheritance?

Autosomal dominant is a pattern of inheritance. Genetic diseases are caused by gene changes, also called mutations or pathogenic variants that cause the gene not to work properly. We inherit two copies of each gene from our parents; one from our mothers and the other...
Huntington Disease and PGT

Huntington Disease and PGT

Approximately 200,000 people in the United States are at risk for Huntington disease because they have a parent with the condition. If you are among those at risk, you know that family planning is a complicated prospect. People with Huntington disease, or at risk for...

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