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What type of mutation causes Factor V.? Point, translocation, frameshift, etc.??

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 11, 2014
  • 10:44 PM

Hey guys.! I have recently been diagnosed with Factor V Leiden, and was just wondering what kind of chromosomal mutation was caused by this. You see, the thing is, for my Biology DNA DAY project, I chose to do a family tree.! Each project has a blog, and each blog has to have research posted. My blog is cr10611.wordpress.com, so you can check it out if you'd like. I'd really appreciate it if y'all could help me out. I have checked nearly every website I know and have googled, binged, AND yahood to get the answer, but nothing is showing up. Thanks y'all so much for doing this for me, and I really appreciate it. Au revior (:

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