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Diseases genetic


By Li Dali, Ph.D.

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Human genetic illnesses stem from mutations in one or more genes and can be classified as occurring due to chromosomal anomalies, single-gene Mendelian disorders, non-Mendelian ailments related to a single gene, or multifactorial triggers.

Heredity's foundational elements are genes, which transfer from parent to offspring. These gene structures contain essential DNA code instructions for constructing proteins responsible primarily for cell operations; protein functions such as relocating molecules, fabricating assemblies, eliminating harmful substances and other maintenance duties.

On occasion, a gene or genes undergo mutations that alter the instructions for protein production resulting in either non-functioning or absent proteins. This alteration leads to an ailment referred to as genetic disorder.

A gene mutation can be inherited from one or both parents, and may also occur during an individual's lifetime.

Genetic disorders can be categorized into three types:

One-gene disorders are those in which a single gene is affected by mutation. A typical instance of this is sickle cell anemia.

Chromosomal disorders occur when there are missing or altered chromosomes (or portions of them). These structures house our genetic material. An example of a chromosomal disorder is Down syndrome.

Examples of complex disorders include colon cancer, where multiple gene mutations along with lifestyle and environmental factors contribute to the development.

                            Type 1 diabetes
                            Type 2 diabetes
            Renal failure
            Varicose veins
            Digestive diseases
                            Crohn's disease
            Mental disorders
                            ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
                            Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
                            Suicidal tendencies
                            Alcohol dependence
                            Tobacco addiction
                            Drug dependence
            Diseases of the nervous system
                            Multiple sclerosis
                            Parkinson's disease
                            Alzheimer's disease
            Blood clotting disorders
            Heart and vascular diseases
                            Myocardial infarction
                            Ischemic heart disease
            Rheumatic diseases
                            Systemic lupus erythematosus
                            Rheumatoid arthritis
            Women's diseases
                            Infertility and miscarriage
                            Cancer of respiratory organs
                            Cancer of the thyroid gland
                            Cancer of the hematopoietic system
                            Cancer of the mammary gland
                            Cancer of the digestive organs
                                            Colorectal cancer
                                            Stomach cancer
                                            Other cancers of the digestive system
            Bronchial asthma