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This may have happened during meiosis and have been in a sperm, or it could have occurred during development in whoever experienced the initial mutation. Because Jackson would have inherited his X chromosome with the variant PLP1 from his mom, the grandparents were checked and it was discovered that groups had the same variant.
Because gramps is asymptomatic the docs pretty much recanted the PMD medical diagnosis. One possible description of the situation is that grass is actually a ‘mosaic’. Though it would be uncommon, it is also conceivable that Jackson has the same mutation as grass but it was independently gained, ie. Jackson. Not totally inconceivable when you imagine that whatever hereditary or metabolic history the games mutation started in, a similar history would be expected to be present in Jackson.
More usually the standard thinking is that ‘spontaneous’ mutations arise pretty much randomly during events like DNA synthesis when there is certainly some non-negligible error rate during copying that escapes proofreading mechanisms. Additionally it is possible that the mutation doesn’t have much effect in games’ genetic background but has a significant impact when occurring in the context of Jackson’s genetic profile, ie. PMD. One wondering feature of PMD is that up to 70% of the patients have a duplicated PLP1 gene-an extra copy. It appears like this is checked for with Jackson explicitly, as genome sequencing wouldn’t view it, but he did not have a duplication.
His mitochondria were also sequenced, and found to be normal, yet, in the facial skin of not unusual mitochondrial heteroplasmy (more than one unique set of mtDNA), we would also be inquisitive what mitochondrial source was actually sampled here. An important related question here is what tissue source got sequenced in the genome analysis-was it blood, skin, or epithelium?
Because the same gene is typically spliced differently in different tissues it would also give different cDNAs in some analysis of different tissues. To get past this looming diagnostic roadblock, and likewise to whole sequence analysis, functional protein research could be achieved to determine possible effects of the variant PLP1 substitution. This can include using software tools to model the function and framework of the protein and actually creating the variant proteins in the laboratory and expressing it in animals to look for effects. To start out this type of protein evaluation you might need to check out the second area of the variant notation-the ‘p.I65S’.