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Figure 07.1
Autosomal dominant (AD) inheritance.
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Figure 07.5
Human genome organization. STR, short tandem repeat.
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Figure 07.9
Chorionic villi for DNA‐based prenatal diagnosis.
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Figure 07.2
Autosomal recessive (AR) inheritance.
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Figure 07.6
Features of a typical human gene.
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Figure 07.10
Biopsy of a single cell from a blastocyst (3‐day‐old embryo) for preimplantation diagnosis or haplotyping. (Courtesy of Assisted Conception Unit, Guy...
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Figure 07.3
X‐linked recessive (XLR) inheritance.
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Figure 07.7
Blaschko's lines as illustrated in his 1901 article ‘A system of lines on the surface of the human body which the linear naevi and dermatoses follow’....
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Figure 07.4
X‐linked dominant (XLD) inheritance.
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Figure 07.8
Revertant mosaicism in (a) recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa and (b) Kindler syndrome. In both cases, the area within the dashed line has und...