• known
  • So, we MAY have a genetic match through these ancestors - or it might be through another line - known or unknown. (dna-explained.com)
  • Combined dystonias, accompanied by parkinsonism with known genetic loci include TAF1/DYT3, GCH1/DYT5a, TH/DYT5b, and ATP1A3/DYT12. (medscape.com)
  • Nearly 30 genetic diseases are caused by the repetition of a short sequence of 2-9 base pairs, known as microsatellites. (tufts.edu)
  • basis
  • [ 2 ] Initially believed to be a manifestation of hysteria, idiopathic torsion dystonia is now established as a specific neurologic entity with a well-established genetic basis. (medscape.com)
  • Interests
  • The promise of genetic engineering in the early 1970s to profoundly reshape the living world activated a variety of social interests in its future promotion and control. (uchicago.edu)