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      Two mutations may help to improve the identification of spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) carriers – people who do not develop the disease but can pass it onto their children –, according to a recent study.

      Each person has 46 chromosomes — rodlike structures where genes are located — arranged in 23 pairs, within which one chromosome is inherited from the mother and the other from the father. In genetic diseases such as SMA, the disease-causing mutations are passed from parents to their children through the genes in their chromosomes.

      Click here to read more link: Two Mutations Seen to Help Identify SMA Carriers, Allowing Better Family Counseling

      What are your thoughts on genetic testing for things like SMA?

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