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What is Morphan’s syndrome and which of the following type of genes cause it : epistatic genes codominant genes pleiotropic genes polymeric genes

What is Morphan’s syndrome and which of the following type of genes cause it :
  1. epistatic genes
  2. codominant genes
  3. pleiotropic genes
  4. polymeric genes
 

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Simran Vinaik
askIITians Faculty 1231 Points
3 years ago
Morphan’s/ Marfan syndrome is characterised by slender body, limb elongation. hypermobility in joints and tendency to develop heart disease, lens dilocation. The gene associated is a pleitropic gene which controls many phenotype.So as you can see that mutation infibrillin-1 (FBN1) gene has led to ocular(eye), skeletal, cardiovascular system problem.

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