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28 August, 19:10

The gene responsible for a particular congenital cardiac anomaly is said to have complete penetrance. what are the clinical implications of this fact?

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  1. 28 August, 19:38
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    You didn't include the choices but the answer is All the individuals who possess the gene will exhibit the anomaly. The term penetrance represent the ability of a gene to express its function, with 100% or complete, penetrance, ensuring that all individuals possessing the gene will experience the phenotype in question.
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