Identifying Human Disease Genes Methods

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- Publication Types: Computational Biology. Databases, Genetic. Genetic Linkage* Genetic Predisposition to Disease. Genome, Human* Molecular Biology/instrumentation. Molecular Biology/methods. Molecular Biology/trends*.Jump to Post-genomics techniques - Genetic techniques capable of providing this sort of information include Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism RFLP ysis and microsatelliteysis. Loss of heterozygosity LOH Iden.y by descent mapping.zygosity/autozygosity mapping. Genome-wide knockdown stu.s. Whole exome sequencing..Theysis of candidate genes is a key step in strategies for disease gene identification and includes: 1 identifying candidate genes that might have a role in the etiology of the disorder; 2 identifying variants in or near those genes that might cause a change in the protein or its expression; or 3 essing .Underlying biology of the gene product. Method used to identify the genes underlying the important Mendelian disorders in humans. Begins with a linkage .

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