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You can use these slides as part of your teaching.  The core concepts slides cover the basic genetic concepts, the conditions slides are either conditions specific or relate to a range of conditions caused by specific genetic alterations and the clinical photographs contain images relating to conditions, inheritance or chromosome anomalies.

 

Core concepts

Chromosomes and karyotypes

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Chromosomes (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain the genetic concept of chromosomes.




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Karyotypes - chromosomal conditions (miscellaneous)

Use this set of presentation to illustrate a range of karyotypes for different chromosomal conditions.




Cell division

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Mitosis and meiosis (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain the basis of cell division (mitosis and meiosis)




Multifactorial conditions

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Multifactorial conditions (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain the basis of common complex conditions.




Inheritance and mutation

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An explanation of X-linked inheritance (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain X-linked inheritance.



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An explanation of autosomal dominant inheritance (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain autosomal dominant inheritance.



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Somatic mutations in cancer (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain the genetic basis of cancer.




Taking a family history

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Taking a family history (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain how to take a family history and draw a pedigree.




X-linked conditions

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Transmission of an X-linked recessive condition

Use this set of presentation slides to demonstrate the inheritance of the X chromosomes through a family with an X-linked recessive condition.



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X Inactivation

Use this set of presentation slides to explain X inactivation and its clinical consequences.




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X-linked pedigrees for teaching

Use this set of presentation slides to present case studies showing X-linked inheritance.



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An explanation of autosomal recessive inheritance (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain autosomal recessive inheritance.




Conditions

Cancer

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Knudson's 2 hit hypothesis (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain Knudson's two-hit hypothesis in relation to inherited predisposition of cancer.



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Cancer - familial bowel and FAP (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain the genetics of bowel cancer.




Dementia

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Genetics and dementia – what do relatives want to know? (presentation)

This presentation was used at a Primary Care conference in 2012 during an Age Concern supported session.




Various genetic conditions and chromosome anomalies

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Chromosome number anomalies (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain numerical chromosomal anomalies.




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Chromosome structure abnormality (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain structural chromosomal anomalies eg DIGeorge syndrome.




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Cystic fibrosis (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain the genetics of cystic fibrosis.




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Down syndrome (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain the genetics of Down syndrome. 




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Duchenne muscular dystrophy (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain the genetics of Duchenne muscular dystrophy.




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Fragile X syndrome (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain the genetics of fragile X syndrome.




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Haemoglobinopathies (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain the genetics of the haemoglobinopathies e.g. sickle cell disease and thalassaemia.




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Huntington disease (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain the genetics of Huntington disease.




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Klinefelter syndrome (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain the genetics of Klinefelter syndrome (47,XXY).




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Turner syndrome (explanation slides)

Use this set of presentation slides to explain the genetics of Turner syndrome (45,X).




Clinical photographs

Conditions

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Autosomal recessive conditions (clinical photographs)

Use this set of clinical photographs to illustrate features of autosomal recessive conditions.




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Haemophilia (clinical photographs)

Use this set of clinical photographs to illustrate features of haemophilia.




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Genetic conditions - miscellaneous (clinical photographs)

Use this set of clinical photographs to illustrate features of a number of genetic conditions.




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X-linked conditions (clinical photographs)

Use this set of clinical photographs to illustrate features of X-linked inherited conditions.




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Autosomal dominant conditions (clinical photographs)

Use this set of clinical photographs to illustrate features of autosomal dominant conditions.




Inheritance and chromosome anomalies

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Mitochondrial conditions (clinical photographs)

Use this set of clinical photographs to illustrate feature of mitochondrial conditions.




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Chromosome number anomalies (clinical photographs)

Use this set of clinical photographs to illustrate features of numerical chromosomal anomalies.




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Chromosome structure abnormalities (clinical photographs)

Use this set of clinical photographs to illustrate the features of structural chromosomal anomalies.




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