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Is threr a way to prevent Zellweger Syndrome?


Also let me know if anyone knows about how to relieve the symptoms of Zellweger Syndrome. And if you know where i would find the lastest screening tests of Zellweger Syndrome?
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Zellweger Synbdrome is a genetic disorder. It is an autosomal recessive disorder due to defects in more than 13 genes encoding peroxin proteins

You may contact Kenneth Setchell for inclusion in the clinical trial described below.

ClinicalTrials.gov identifier NCT00004442
Kenneth Setchell (513-636-4548) Children's Hospital Medical Center - Cincinnati, OH is the principal investigator for a clinical trial to treat Zellweger Syndrome patients with cholic acid, chenodeoxycholic, and ursodeoxycholic acids  (+ info)

Can Zellweger Syndrome be detected in 3rd trimester sonograms...??


yes, and if they find signs of it, it can be confirmed with an amniocentesis.

Here is a link also, look under Case Reports. HTH  (+ info)

what chromosome is zellweger syndrome found on?


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what is the survival rate if you have zellweger syndrome?


this project is killing me ahahahahahaH MY brain is gonna pop PLEASE HELP!!!!!! ^_^
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It amazes me how little effort some people put into their school work. In medicine there are not always easy, "pat" answers to questions. You have to dig for them. Links below to help you find the answer to your question. I am not poring through documents to find it. You need to do the work yourself. Links to WebMD, NIH, and CureResearch.com that give you the answer. Do some work and figure it out.  (+ info)

please tell me about zellweger syndrome?


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tell me everything you know about ZELLWEGER SYNDROME?


where is the chromosome location? INheritance patter and the type of mutation
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Here is a site: http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/zellweger/zellweger.htm

Another, quote: The syndrome is caused by mutations (changes) in any of several different genes involved in peroxisome formation. These genes lie on at least two different chromosome locations including chromosome 2 (region 2p15) and chromosome 7 (region 7q21-q22).

I couldn't really find anything on the pattern of inheritance.

I'm sorry, I hope you are doing school work and not searching for a personal reason.  (+ info)

Have you heard of Zellweger ('s) Syndrome? Have you met any people whose babies were born with it?


I have been listening to a week-long series on the radio about this.

The info is here--- www.familylife.com

The broadcasts are from Dec. 18-22. You'll find them.
There is an interview (two days long), and a

book by this same person--Nancy Guthrie--

whose daughter was born with this ailment.

Her son too. Both of them died.


See the book and the other interview here:


www.equip.org
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Nope  (+ info)

how is zellweger syndrome transmitted?


When two parents are carriers for Zellweger syndrome, they have a 25% chance, with each pregnancy, for having an affected child. They have a 50% chance for having a child who is a carrier for the condition and a 25% chance for having a child who is neither affected nor a carrier for Zellweger syndrome.

Zellweger syndrome refers to an inherited condition that is present at birth and usually causes death during the first six to twelve months of age.  (+ info)

What is the name of the syndrome that the person may appear to have facial characteristics of down's syndrome?


I previously watched a documentary about sufferers of a syndrome whose facial features appeared to be down's syndrome but it wasn't down's syndrome. The grow to be quite large adults and have special needs. Does anyone know the name of this condition?
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Klinefelter syndrome  (+ info)

Are there different types of Down syndrome and what areas of the body does Down syndrome affect? ?


Also, are there any significant statistics related to Down syndrome? Has Down syndrome received any recent attention from the media? Are there any famous people that have Down syndrome.
Answer as many of the above questions as possible.
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There are three types of Down syndrome, garden variety Trisomy 21, mosaicism and translocation.

Read more at:

Welcoming Babies with Down Syndrome (English, Spanish, French)
http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art32534.asp

There is a slide show that also incorporates videos of the featured 'More Alike than Different' cast at the National Down Syndrome Congress website:

http://www.ndsccenter.org/morealike/flash/

And great information at the National Down Syndrome Society website:
Down Syndrome Fact Sheet
http://www.ndss.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&id=35&Itemid=57

You might also enjoy

Margaret's Guide to Down Syndrome
http://www.patriciaebauer.com/2007/05/12/margarets-guide-to-down-syndrome/

For bios of actors with Down syndrome, see:

Down Syndrome and the Acting Gene
http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art34198.asp

and

DS in Arts and Media
http://www.dsiam.org/

and

Michael Johnson
http://www.users.psln.com/sharing/Michael/mainMichael.html

and

Sujeet Desai
http://www.sujeet.com

Down Syndrome Links at the Family Village website
http://www.familyvillage.wisc.edu/lib_down.htm

Check out this recent New York Times article:

The DNA Age: Prenatal Test Puts Down Syndrome in Hard Focus
http://www.nytimes.com/2007/05/09/us/09down.html

Have fun with your research!
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