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B what you will be looking at c what are your

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B. What you will be looking at? C. What are your controls? D. What do you expect to see if your hypothesis is correct?
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6. Two patients with Down syndrome are displaying very different cognitive phenotypes. While one patient has an IQ of less than 20, the other patient, while exhibiting the facial features of Down syndrome has an IQ of 90, which is within the normal (albeit low) range. Suggest one explanation for this difference. Explain how would you test your hypothesis. 7. i. Which of the following five diseases can be diagnosed with karyotyping analysis? Select all that apply. A. Measles B. Down Syndrome C. Hemophilia A D. Kleinfelter’s syndrome E. Achondroplasia ii. Describe the chromosomal abnormalities in the diseases you selected. iii. Why is karyotyping usually done in lymphocytes or in fibroblasts (skin cells)? iv. Why do chromosomes display banding patterns when stained with DNA-binding dyes, such as Giemsa? iii. Why only few chromosomes are implicated in trisomies? 8.
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