Describe the uses-process and outcome of pgd, Biology

1.  Identify and compare the methods of somatic gene therapies for ADA deficiency described on pp. 404-405 (Lewis) and OTC deficiency described on pp. 405-406 (Lewis).

2.  Compare a genetic cause of male infertility to a genetic cause of female infertility.

3.  Describe the uses, process, and outcome of PGD.

 

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