January 2015 Issue

How Mutated Genes Pass To The Next Generation

Hemophilia occurs as a result of genetic mutation, and once it develops, it can be transmitted to a catís offspring. Because female carriers are asymptomatic (meaning they donít show any symptoms), it can be challenging to identify them to avoid passing the hemophilia mutation onto the next generation.

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