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Inheritance and Genetics of Multiple endocrine neoplasia

Genetics of Multiple endocrine neoplasia:

Multiple endocrine neoplasia is an inherited genetic disease that is passed down through families. New mutations also arise in people with no family history, but these new mutations are passed down to subsequent progeny.

Multiple endocrine neoplasia: Genetics Information

Genetics of Multiple endocrine neoplasia: The MEN1 gene, which has been known for several years to be found on chromosome 11, was more finely mapped in 1997. (Source: Genes and Disease by the National Center for Biotechnology)

About inheritance and genetics:

Inheritance of Multiple endocrine neoplasia refers to whether the condition is inherited from your parents or "runs" in families. The level of inheritance of a condition depends on how important genetics are to the disease. Strongly genetic diseases are usually inherited, partially genetic diseases are sometimes inherited, and non-genetic diseases are not inherited. For general information, see Introduction to Genetics.

 

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