These are regular red blood cells with no mutation.
Regular red blood cells with no mutation.
In a person with sickle cells anemia a haemoglobin beta (HBB) genes are mutated.
Blood cells with mutations that cause sickle cell disease.
In the bases from A to a T the amino acids changes the haemoglobin proteins from the glutamic acid to valine.
Sickle cell anaemia is a recessive genetic disease. *The two genes presented are from a person.
If someone has a gene for sickle cell disease from one parent and a normal gene from the other parent, the child will have a condition called sickle cell trait.Most people sickle cell causes no problems or symptoms.