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Pleiotropy is a situation where a single gene or alleleaffects several different phenotypes. A known example is the hemoglobin gene A, in which the mutated allele causes sickle-cell anemia in homozygosis and resistance to malaria in heterozygosis.

Dr. Juan Sabater-TobellaEuropean Specialist in Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (EC4)Member of the Pharmacogenomics Research NetworkPresidente de EUGENOMIC®

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