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What Human Body Flaws Should Be Redesigned? - Guess what? Intelligent design
Actually, human embryos do have gills (or branchial arches) in the womb, which eventually develops into structures that form our face. Gills are vestigial traits left over from our aquatic ancestors.
Two genes linked to intellectual disability and circular skin creases on limbs
In patients with the Kunze syndrome, the right cells don't reach the branchial arches in time, which may explain the patients' facial features. Further research should help explain the origin of the skin creases and the intellectual disability.
Research Links Two Genes to Intellectual Disability and Circular Skin Creases
In patients with the Kunze syndrome, the right cells don't reach the branchial arches in time, which may explain the patients' facial features. Further research should help explain the origin of the skin creases and the intellectual disability.
中国医学科学院Nature子刊发表GWAS研究新成
Craniofacial microsomia (CFM) is a rare congenital anomaly that involves immature derivatives from the first and second pharyngeal arches. The genetic pathogenesis of CFM is still unclear.
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