Methodologic pitfalls in the determination of genetic anticipation: the case of Crohn disease.

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BACKGROUND The term genetic anticipation is used when genetically transmitted disease manifests at increasingly younger ages with each succeeding generation: that is, if the offspring of patients develop the disease, they will tend to do so at an earlier age than their parents. In some monogenetic disorders, genetic anticipation has a biological basis in… (More)

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