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Autosomal Recessive Inheritance
In this example, two unaffected parents each carry one copy of a gene mutation for an autosomal recessive disorder. They have one affected child and three unaffected children, two of which carry one copy of the gene mutation.
Examples of Autosomal Recessive Disease
- Cystic fibrosis (CF) (More? respiratory}
- Sickle cell anaemia (More? blood)
- Tay-Sachs disease (More? neural}
Preconception carrier tests are available for some autosomal recessive (AR) diseases. These tests were initially developed for autosomal recessive diseases that were frequent in specific ethnic groups:
- Tay–Sachs disease - Ashkenazi Jews
- hemoglobinopathies - Mediterranean and African populations
- cystic fibrosis - European-derived populations
- Inheritance Pattern images: Genetic Abnormalities | autosomal dominant | autosomal recessive | X-linked dominant (affected father) | X-Linked dominant (affected mother) | X-Linked recessive (affected father) | X-Linked recessive (carrier mother) | mitochondrial inheritance | Codominant inheritance | Genogram symbols | Genetics
Image Source: Genetics Home Reference. http://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/handbook/illustrations/autorecessive
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