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  • It is usually autosomal dominant, but in some cases the cause is not known.
  • Those with an interest in personal ethnic origins are more likely to use an autosomal test.
  • Results of studies based upon autosomal DNA variation have also been varied.
  • In the past several years, there has been the identification of autosomal recessive forms.
  • However, in severe, early autosomal recessive forms of the disease, patients have been known to pass away during childhood.
  • Some studies have suggested that it may be inherited in an autosomal dominant pattern.
  • Autosomal data permits simultaneous analysis of multiple lineages, which can provide novel information about population history.
  • It has been considered autosomal dominant and autosomal recessive, though most reported cases own a positive family background.
  • It became a research and public health model for understanding and preventing all autosomal genetic disorders.
  • Inheritance is usually autosomal dominant, though a few recessive cases have been noted.
  • The description of these two autosomal dominant mutations is so similar that it seems very likely that they are identical.
  • This is an autosomal trait that may be the least severe of the five.
  • From the history of the Lambert family the disease appears to have been an autosomal dominant condition.
  • There is a good amount of evidence that shows the disease is autosomal dominant, with some penetrance.
  • Autosomal recessive and dominant, X-linked, and acquired forms have all been described.
  • It is a rare autosomal dominant disorder that starts to affect a child's development before birth.
  • It occurs in families and may be inherited in an autosomal dominant fashion.
  • In some cases taurodontism seems to follow an autosomal dominant type of inheritance.
  • Other autosomal studies (see some of them below) show a European predominance in the Brazilian population.
  • Autosomal recessive hearing loss is when both parents carry the recessive gene, and pass it on to their child.
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Words starting with autosomal

Meaning of autosomal

  • adjective Of or relating to an autosome
    autosomal gene