New clues on unsolved genetic diseases in children

Scientists have discovered a new way to interpret unsolved Mendelian diseases — diseases inherited from either parent due to gene mutations in the developing egg or sperm — through studying the inheritance of a protein known as SMCHD1 which is coded by the SMCHD1 gene.
Scientists have discovered a new way to interpret unsolved Mendelian diseases — diseases inherited from either parent due to gene mutations in the developing egg or sperm — through studying the inheritance of a protein known as SMCHD1 which is coded by the SMCHD1 gene.

Published on : June 30, 2022 at 5:17 PM

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