Johnson et al supported the dominant inheritance
theory of both TP and TM.5-10
However, most patients suffering from described SEN syndrome had autosomal dominant inheritance
. In conclusion, our observation suggests that SENsyndromeshouldberecognizedasanentity with genetic heterogeneity once there is evidence of different genetic manner of inheritance described in this disease.
Familial idiopathic brain calcification with autosomal dominant inheritance
. Neurology 1997; 48:645-649.
In addition, hereditary methemoglobinemias due to NADH dependent cytochrome reductase (NADH dependent methemoglobine reductase = NADH dependent diaphorase) deficiency, which was assayed only by us so far in Turkey with probable dominant inheritance
and Hemoglobin M cases were reported on several journals (5-11).
"Most Alzheimer's genes are 'dominant inheritance
', which means there's a 50/50 chance of passing them on.
Autosomal dominant inheritance
has rarely been reported with familial DCM.
Autosomal recessive inheritance of asthma was more common than dominant inheritance
in our study population.
Early-onset type 2 diabetes is characterized by insulin resistance, obesity, the onset of diabetes before age 40 years, and the occasional presence of autosomal dominant inheritance
CAG encodes glutamine, and these expanded CAG triplet repeats result in expanded polyglutamine protein, termed ataxin that produce toxic gain of function with autosomal dominant inheritance
It accounts for approximately 15% of cases of OP.1 The third group, with an incidence rate of 1/20 000-500 000 births and autosomal dominant inheritance
, is divided into type I and type II OP.
In 1946 Lasker apud Forlan (1962) had concluded that it was a genetic disease with an autosomal dominant inheritance
, and in some cases, external interferences in the foetal period could cause this mutation that is transferred to the progeny.
of resistance to thyroid hormone not linked to defects in the thyroid hormone receptor alpha or beta genes may be due to a defective cofactor.