An example of such a gene results in a syndrome, Prader – Willi syndrome. Prof.children have difficulty suckling after birth and generally have a low body weight. Once weaned from breast milk, they win big eaters, and they become obese. Prader-Willi Syndrome Association of the United States argues that the syndrome is found in 12 to 15,000 children. In rare cases, it is considered the most common genetic cause of obesity, and a damaged a damaged copy of the gene from the father.
Syndrome gives genetic imprinting Insight OnKey findings in relation to birth defects, Prader-Willi syndrome and Angelman syndrome, in an article published on 25 August debated published in 2008 in PLoS Biology, may help explain imprinted genes in humans. Continue reading “An example of such a gene results in a syndrome.”