|MadSci Network: Genetics|
I just received an A in my genetics class, but I just realized that I don't know why a particular disease/syndrome/condition is more severe in some cases than in others. In other words, how does someone get a less severe case of multiple sclerosis than someone with an extreme case? Does it have to do with the amount of expression of particular genes or proteins? If so, what determines this amount or level? Thank you so much!
Re: Referring to medical molecular genetics, what determines the severity of a
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