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Autosomal Disorders and Genomic Imprinting

by Georgina Cornwall, PhD
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    The lecture Autosomal Disorders and Genomic Imprinting by Georgina Cornwall, PhD is from the course Chromosomal Disorders.


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    1. An epigenetic phenomenon by which certain genes are expressed in a parent-of-origin-specific manner
    2. The process in which ribosomes in a cell's cytoplasm create proteins
    3. The process in which a particular segment of DNA is copied into RNA
    4. A regulated process that results in a single gene coding for multiple proteins
    5. The process in which a 5' cap and a 3' polyadenylation tail are added to a messenger RNA.
    1. imprints are erased and re-established through each generation.
    2. Imprinted genes of one generation remain imprinted in the next generation.
    3. Imprinting of genes is not normal and always leads to diseases.
    4. Genomic Imprinting is based on classic Mendelian inheritance.
    5. Epigenetic marks are imprinted in the somatic cells of an organism.
    1. The paternally inherited chromosome has a deletion in the PWS region while maternally inherited chromosome is hypermethylated.
    2. The paternally inherited chromosome has a deletion in the PWS region while maternally inherited chromosome is nonmethylated.
    3. The maternally inherited chromosome has a deletion in the PWS region while paternally inherited chromosome is hypermethylated.
    4. The maternally inherited chromosome has a deletion in the PWS region while paternally inherited chromosome is hypomethylated.
    5. Both chromosomes are maternally inherited and one has a deletion in PWS region.
    1. The maternally inherited chromosome has a deletion in the AS region while paternally inherited chromosome is hypermethylated.
    2. The paternally inherited chromosome has a deletion in the AS region while maternally inherited chromosome is nonmethylated.
    3. The paternally inherited chromosome has a deletion in the AS region while maternally inherited chromosome is hypermethylated.
    4. Both chromosomes are paternally inherited and one has a deletion in AS region.
    5. The maternally inherited chromosome has a deletion in the AS region while paternally inherited chromosome is nonmethylated.

    Author of lecture Autosomal Disorders and Genomic Imprinting

     Georgina Cornwall, PhD

    Georgina Cornwall, PhD


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