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X-Linked recessive (affected father)

In this example, a man with an X-linked recessive condition has two unaffected daughters who each carry one copy of the gene mutation, and two unaffected sons who do not have the mutation.

Disease Example

  • Spinobulbar Muscular Atrophy - (Kennedy's disease) X-linked recessive CAG repeat expansion neurodegenerative disease.


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

Links: Spermatozoa | Oocyte


Reference

Genetics Home Reference. http://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/handbook/illustrations/xlinkrecessivefather

Copyright

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