What Is Down Syndrome?
Down Syndrome is a congenital disorder (present at birth) characterized by consequence of having an extra chromosome 21 or 22. Down syndrome is typically caused by what is called nondisjunction.
Q: What is nondisjunction?
A: Nondisjunction happens when a pair of chromosomes fails to separate during egg (or sperm) formation. When that egg unites with a normal sperm to form an embryo, that embryo ends up with three copies of chromosome 21 instead of the normal two. The extra chromosome is then copied in every cell of the baby’s body.1
What Is Down Syndrome In Celiac Disease and/or Gluten Sensitivity?
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