What is another word for x-linked dominant inheritance?

Pronunciation: [ˈɛkslˈɪŋkt dˈɒmɪnənt ɪnhˈɛɹɪtəns] (IPA)

X-linked dominant inheritance is a genetic inheritance pattern where a gene is located on the X chromosome and its presence or absence results in a dominant trait. Synonyms for X-linked dominant inheritance include dominant X-linked, X-linked dominant, X-linked dominant pattern, and X-linked dominant trait. Diagnosing X-linked dominant inheritance involves noticing the pattern of inheritance within families and conducting genetic testing. X-linked dominant inheritance is known to cause various disorders, including vitamin D-resistant rickets, hypophosphatemia, and fragile X syndrome. Understanding the way in which genes are passed down from one generation to the next is important in diagnosing and treating genetic disorders.

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What are the hyponyms for X-linked dominant inheritance?

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