An alternate spelling of wimmin.

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  • Wymmin

    An alternate spelling of wimmin.

  • Wagner syndrome

    a genetic condition caused by a mutation in the gene (CSPG2 on chromosome 5) encoding chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan-2, also known as versican. Versican is a substance present in the vitreous body of the eye. Symptoms and signs include changes in the vitreous body of the eye, retinal detachment, cataracts, and poor visual adaptation to dark. […]

  • Waardenburg, Petrus Johannes

    (1886-1979) Dutch ophthalmologist and medical geneticist who described the condition now known as Waardenburg syndrome. The syndrome is characterized by wide bridge of the nose owing to lateral displacement of the inner canthus of each eye, pigmentary disturbance (frontal white blaze of hair, eyes of different color, white eye lashes, leukoderma), and cochlear deafness. Waardenburg […]

  • Waardenburg syndrome

    A genetic disorder that causes deafness, white forelock (a frontal white blaze of hair), a difference of color between the iris of one eye and the other (heterochromia iridis), white eye lashes, and wide-set inner corners of the eyes. The deafness is typically congenital (present at birth), bilateral, profound sensorineural (nerve) deafness. The severity of […]

  • X inactivation

    it is a heritable change in gene function without a change in the sequence of the DNA. X inactivation is not restricted to females. It also occurs in males with Klinefelter syndrome who have more than one X chromosome. The phenomenon of X inactivation is also called lyonization after the English geneticist Mary Lyon (1925-) […]

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