Grumbler popa0206 at po-box.mcgill.ca
Wed May 17 18:45:21 EST 1995

In article <3pbo16$dbe at newsbf02.news.aol.com>, wow24 at aol.com (Wow24) wrote:
>Could anyone send me any kind of information regarding this genetic
>disorder? I can only find very vague definitions of it, but no
>manifestations or symptoms to look for. Please help!!!! Please!

The best and easiest example is the Calico cat... the coat color is 
coded for by genes on the X chromosome.  Due to random inactivation
of one X chromosome or the other you get a cat with patches of 
different colored fur corresponding to which (colored) parent the
active X chromosome in those tissues is derived from.


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