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Degree: Medicine (Other) - Kings, London University
I'm a medical student currently studying at King's College London. Having already completed 3 years, I'm currently taking a year out of this degree to study for an intercalated BSc in Medical Genetics. Studying medicine has really helped me to strengthen my understanding of the knowledge I gained from my A levels, and hopefully I can help to pass this on to you.
The sessions will be directed by you, and what you want to learn. Before the sessions, we can discuss what areas you are struggling with and focus on these during the sessions.
To do this, feel free to send me a message or arrange a Meet the Tutor session, where I can find out what exam board you are taking and what topics you'd like to cover. This will also enable me to find extra resources to help you as much as possible!
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch. I look forward to meeting you!
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Genetic conditions can be passed on from parent to offspring in a number of different 'patterns;' these are the modes of inheritance.
In autosomal dominant conditions, only one mutated copy of the gene is required for the person to be affected.
In autosomal recessive conditions, two mutated copies of the gene are required for the person to be affected. Those individuals carrying one mutated copy of the gene are carriers.
In X-linked dominant conditions, only one mutated copy of the gene (that is located on the X chromosome) is required for the person to be affected.
In X-linked recessive conditions, two mutated copies of the gene (that is located on the X chromosome) are required for the person to be affected.see more