BIOL142016 Nov 9 Slides

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BIOL14a Nov 9, 2016 Genetic Variation and begin GWAS
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Scientist & Advocate: Prof. Tyrone Hayes (Berkeley)
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Now that we have CRISPR, should we consider attempting germ-line gene therapy on humans? What are the best things we can do with this technology?
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Genetic Variation within populations
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Your genome differs from your neighbor’s at thousands of sites. How do most of these differences affect you? - beneficial - harmful - neutral - depends on environment
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Genetic Variation
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Genotype-by-environment interaction
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Examples of harmful variation: Translocations and Trisomies
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A male is born with XYY sex chromosomes. Both parents have normal sex chromosomes.
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