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Health & Medicine
It’s an early lesson in genetics: we get half our DNA from Mom, half from Dad.
But that straightforward explanation does not account for a process that sometimes occurs when cells divide. Called gene conversion, the copy of a gene from Mom can replace the one from Dad, or vice versa, making the two copies identical.
Penn Medicine is highlighted for developing apps, such as Connexus, that assist doctors and nurses with patient data.
Francis Marchlinski and David Frankel of the Perelman School
Maintaining the ends of chromosomes, called telomeres, is a requisite feature of cells that are able to continuously divide and also a hallmark of human cancer.
Murray Grossman of the Perelman School of Medicine explains frontotemporal dementia.
Peter O’Dwyer of the Perelman School of Medicine talks about testing vitamin D injections in addition to aggressive che
Debbie Driscoll of the Perelman School of Medicine comments on women who choose prenatal screenings.