Exclusion Mapping

This is part of: Learning from Patients: The Science of Medicine

Summary

A useful technique for narrowing down the location of a gene involves comparing the chromosomes of affected siblings. Two sisters with Rett syndrome allow researchers an opportunity to map the most likely location of the gene by excluding areas of the chromosome that are not alike.

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