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are there karyotypes for albinism, cystic fibrosis, glactosemia, pheylketoncerik, tay-sachs disease, achordroplasia?


Posted by cnclou4

Also are there karyotypes for huntington's disease, hypercholes terolema, and sickle cell disease where could I find pictures of them online? 

Thank you very much if you can help me

 
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There isn't any due to the fact since they are genetic disorders or to be more specific Autosomal Disorders caused by rexessive alleles or dominant alleles or genes they would not show in a karyotype because karyotypes only show chromosomal disorders and not genteic disorders so the karyotype for the autosomal disorders you mentioned would have the same karyotype as of a regular person.
yep she doesn't make sense does mrs. gogna
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