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How to identify the disease-causing locus in DNA sequence

How to identify the disease-causing locus in DNA sequence

In a human cell, DNA sequences are located on a set of 23 chromosomes including 22 autosomes and 1 sex chromosome. A regular human cell contains two such sets which are transmitted from the father and mother respectively.

In this video, Prof. Wang will explain the steps of DNA sequence transmission during meiosis and fertilization. Moreover, how to identify them, especially the disease-causing ones.


Prof. Wen-Chang Wang

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