What is DNA? What is a gene? What is a mutation?

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Answer from: Douglas Lester, PhD, MSc, BSc (Hons)

Geneticist, Co-Founder & Chief Scientific Officer Fertility Genomics
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What are gene mutations?

What are human chromosomes and genes? How do they form mutations? How is that genetics knowledge used in the IVF treatment of infertility? For over 20 years, reproductive medicine has used an approach that combines IVF treatment with genetics either to diagnose or prevent genetic diseases.

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