gusy sthi divoe xeiaslnp otla
A - nucleus ( with nucleolus inside ) B - mitochondria C - RER ( you can see attached ribosomes ) D - ?? may be lysosomes E - glycogen granules
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Does anyone know what are A, C, D? For C not sure if it's pointing to the ribosomes on RER.
(I'm assuming E is glycogen granules based on a comment below!)
esod yonena onwk tawh eth sctrutrue E si nnigtpoi ot?
Anyone find a problem with the stem? Seems to me that it doesn't help to state "however, his father's sister and children are unaffected". We already know the mutation runs in the mother's side, right? It seems like that statement doesn't discard nor confirm any inheritance pattern. Why would we care about the patient's father's side?