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Patterns of Inheritance in Neurogenetic Disease 

Patterns of Inheritance in Neurogenetic Disease
Patterns of Inheritance in Neurogenetic Disease

H. Gavrilova Ralitza

and V. Michels Virginia

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date: 26 September 2020

The human genome consists of approximately 25,000 genes that are encoded within the nuclear DNA and embedded in the chromosome. Mitochondria are the only cytoplasmic organelles that have their own DNA. Nuclear gene and mitochondrial inheritance are discussed in this chapter. Basic genetic terms are defined.

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