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Removing the A and B antigens from red blood cells is a phenocopy of what genetic phenomenon?

Also, Enzymes are used in blood banks to remove the A and B anitgens from blood types A and B. This makes the blood type O. 
Does this alter the phenotype or the genotype?

phenotype. if you are also interested in phenotype ang genotype read more about bombay phenotype.

What is the phenomena called when you still hear a bell sound after it stops ringing?

I hope someone knows this because I have found nothing on the internet for it. 

What is the phenomena called when you think you can still hear a bell sound, even though it has stopped ringing, due to over exposure to the sound in the first place? 
FYI: This doesn't just apply to bells but it is probably the best example I have, as I think many people have had the awful experience of sitting through a faulty fire/burglar alarm at some point in life. 

Thanks in advance. 

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what is the difference between eye floaters and entoptic phenomena ?

Will anybody please tell me the difference between entoptic phenomena and eye floaters.

If possible please paste the links of the images that shows the difference.

Till now i am thinking that i have floaters. But while browsing, i found that my problem resembles entoptic phenomena.

Is there any cure for entoptic phenomena ? 

Please help me by replying.
thanks in advance.

Entoptic phenomena usually refers to one being able to visualise white blood cells in the retinal blood vessels. The entoptic phenomenon is distinguished by the appearance of multiple, identical-looking bright dots that follow each other rapidly along the same path.

Eye floaters are bits of cellular debris that float around in the fluid of the eye. Floaters are variable in size and shape.

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How important is genetic screening for IVF babies?

IVF babies are at an increased risk of genetic disorders in future. As per British Infertility Society, there is a 26 % increased chance of the IVF babies to suffer from a genetic problem. Therefore Genetic Screening, also known as Newborn Genetic Screening is of utmost importance after the birth.

What support groups and genetic counselors are there for the genetic disorder: familial hypercholesterolemia?

We are a group of high school students who need to contact a genetic counselor or support group about familial hypercholesterolemia for a biology project. Are there any genetic counselors or groups that you know of?

Couldn't find any support groups, but I found the NSGC (National Society of Genetic Counselors) website  The menu on the left allows you to search for genetic counselors by specialty or by geography.  Hope that helps.  Sorry I couldn't find a support group!

What are the monetary costs and an outline of genetic tests during pregnancy? Anyone have good links to info?

I was wondering when is it typical to do genetic testing during a pregnancy, how much does it cost (does insurance ever cover?), what can be tested for, and what are the dangers of genetic testing during pregnancy.

i will try to answer ...........

What are the genetic risk associated with having a baby with your first cousin once removed?

I am interested in knowing if anyone has ever had a baby or know of anyone who has had a baby with their first cousin once removed and if so what if any were the genetic disorders, or possible genetic disorders.

my cousin had three with hers, he is also her husband.  no problems at all.  after the first cousin level you don't worry.

Can someone give me a rare genetic disorder to write a paper on?

I need to write a paper on a genetic disorder. It has to be something not in my biology book so that's why I want a rare one. Can anyone list some? Perhaps some interesting ones? Thanks.

1. Alkaptonuria- when your pee turns black when exposed to air
2. Huntington's- when people have abnormal jerky body movements
3. Pseudoxanthoma elasticum- when a 20 year old person has the lose  skin of an 80 year old

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