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In infants, it is characterized by progressive mental deterioration, blindness, paralysis, epileptic seizures, and death by age four.

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Academic Press, 2001. Kaback, Michael M. (2001). The 'Asilomar Process' and the Human Genome Project. (1993) et al. "Tay Sachs Disease - Carrier Screening, Prenatal Diagnosis, and the Molecular Era: An International Perspective, 1970 to 1993. Journal of the American Medical Association Vol 270:19 pp. 2307–2315. This article about an American scientist in academia.

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However, deficiencies of both HEXA and HEXB activities result in Sandhoff disease.

University of California, San Diego. However, deficiencies of both HEXA and HEXB activities result in Sandhoff disease. TSD is a heterogeneous disease, in which the prototype of Tay- Sachs (infantile form) results from a complete absence of enzyme activity.

Tay-Sachs disease is caused by mutations in the HEXA gene and inheritance is. .Kaback MM, Desnick RJ. Hexosaminidase A Deficiency.

Tay-Sachs disease is caused by mutations in the HEXA gene and inheritance is autosomal recessive. The HEXA gene gives the body instructions to make part of the beta-hexosaminidase A enzyme, which is needed to break down a substance called GM2 ganglioside. Adult-onset Tay-Sachs occurs in persons who have a genetic mutation that is similar but allows some production of the missing enzyme. There is no treatment for Tay-Sachs

In infants, it is characterized by progressive mental deterioration, blindness, paralysis, epileptic seizures, and death by age four.

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Tay-Sachs disease is a rare hereditary disease caused by a genetic mutation that leaves the body unable to produce an enzyme necessary for fat metabolism in nerve cells, producing central nervous system degeneration. In infants, it is characterized by progressive mental deterioration, blindness, paralysis, epileptic seizures, and death by age four. Adult-onset Tay-Sachs occurs in persons who have a genetic mutation that is similar but allows some production of the missing enzyme. There is no treatment for Tay-Sachs.A test to determine whether an infant is carrying the Tay-Sachs disease was introduced in 1969. However, work continues to be done to help find a cure. Because there is no cure for this deadly disease, genetic research is essential. Advances in Genetics presents an eclectic mix of articles of use to all human and molecular geneticists. They are written and edited by recognized leaders in the field and make this an essential series of books for anyone in the genetics field.
Tay-Sachs Disease, Volume 44 (Advances in Genetics) download epub
Medicine
Author: Robert J. Desnick,Michael M. Kaback
ISBN: 0120176440
Category: Medical Books
Subcategory: Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: Academic Press; 1 edition (October 15, 2001)
Pages: 363 pages