Apert’s Syndrome: Why Kids Of Older Dads Are More Likely To Have Some Genetic Disorders

In a cruel irony, testis cells carrying the mutation that causes Apert’s syndrome are fitter than normal cells, even though children born from sperm derived from those cells are weakened by fused fingers, toes and skulls, a new study has found. The research, to be published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences … Continue reading Apert’s Syndrome: Why Kids Of Older Dads Are More Likely To Have Some Genetic Disorders