Diagnosing Gene Defects

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They’ll search for changes in a non-human DNA sample to diagnose this hereditary blood disease.

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Examine the genetic mutation responsible for sickle-cell anaemia. They'll search for changes in a non-human DNA sample to diagnose this hereditary blood disease. Your students will use agarose gel electrophoresis to study sickle cell anaemia – a painful and ultimately fatal condition resulting from a genetic mutation which alters the body's haemoglobin. In the process, They'll learn about genes and how genetic mutations can cause disease. Class size – 40 students 

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