Lethal Genetic Diseases

Fatal alleles, often known as lethal genes or lethal, are alleles that result in the demise of the carrying organism. They frequently occur from mutations in genes that are crucial for development or growth. Depending on the gene or genes involved, lethal alleles might be recessive, dominant, or conditional. Lethal alleles can kill an organism before or after birth, however, they typically show up early in development.

  •  Cystic fibrosis
  •  Sickle-cell anemia
  •  Achondroplasia

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