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The specific effect of the mutation is to cause chondrodystrophy.
There is no treatment at this time to promote actual bone growth in chondrodystrophy patients.
The inheritance of the Chondrodystrophy gene is as follows:
The games accommodate athletes who are 4'10" or less with chondrodystrophy or related causes.
It is thought that chondrodystrophy is actually caused by an autosomal, recessive allele.
If the fetus is suspected of having Chondrodystrophy, the parents can be tested to find out if the fetus in fact does have the disease.
Examples include achondroplasia, osseous dysplasia, chondrodystrophy, and osteochondrodystrophy.
His death certificate listed his immediate cause of death as a seizure disorder, with ethanol abuse and chondrodystrophy as contributing factors.
DEH aclasia, tarsoepiphyseal chondrodystrophy, epiphyseal epiphyseal osteochondrosarcoma, benign tarsomegaly Trevor disease None Dysplasia epiphysealis hemimelica, also known as Trevor disease, is a rare skeletal developmental disorder of childhood.
Let us name the dominant allele for normal stature "T", and the recessive allele coding for Chondrodystrophy "t"; either one or the other is going to be chosen during random selection for a particular "seat" on its chromosome.
During Dunn's lifetime, his condition was described by the nonspecific term "progressive chondrodystrophy," or alternatively as "achondroplasia", a term that now refers specifically to a skeletal dysplasia caused by a defect in the gene for fibroblast growth factor receptor 3.
If both parents are heterozygous for Chondrodystrophy, they each possess one copy of the T allele and one copy of the t allele (each person has 2 copies of every autosomal allele, a paternal and a maternal).