What's the Importance?
Knowing your carrier status for a genetic disease is important because you may pass this mutation down to your children. If you and your partner are both carriers, there is a 25% chance one of your children manifests the disease and a 50% chance they also become carriers.
The studies performed on this genetic trait are highly reliable. There is a strong statistical significance between these genetic markers and the results in your report.
Several studies were conducted on these traits and they are deemed to be statistically significant in terms of frequency, however, more research is needed for the existing results to be deemed conclusive.
These traits are based on suggestive research, wherein only small population sizes and descriptive statistics were used to prove the studies' hypotheses.
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Hemoglobin-related blood disorders
Thick and sticky mucus
Loss of motor skills
Degeneration of brain white matter
Frequent episodes of low blood sugar
Inability to feel pain
Inability to digest fruit sugar
Fluid-filled kidney sacs
Slow developmental delay