A 46-year-old member asked:
I'm wondering why can't i find any information on genetic diorders ivolving chromosome 6 and chromosome 14?
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Pediatrics 48 years experience
Why do you want to : know? Where a disease-producing gene is located is not very important clinically. Please explain why you have an interest in these two particular chromosomes which have thousands of genes on them. Public databases that list all of the genes for each chromosome are available – just Google each chromosome.
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