Neurogenetics is a branch of study that combines genetics and nervous system science to investigate the function and capacity of the sensory system as well as the alleged peculiarities in its function. The phrase "genotype" refers to a creature's hereditary look, whereas the term "aggregate" refers to a living entity's actual qualities or properties. The term "genotype" refers to the genetic composition that defines the many traits communicated by individual organic entities, whereas "aggregate" refers to differences in brain properties between individuals of comparable species in respect to the sensory system. Many of the neurogenetic disorders, such as Alzheimer's, Huntington's, and epilepsy, are still major study subjects today, and much is currently known about the hereditary basis of these and many other conditions..

  • Clinical exome sequencing
  • Transgenic RNAi

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