Scientists can diagnose genetic disorders such as Downs syndrome through the use of gene markers.

The task released in the Royal Culture of Chemistry journal Laboratory on a Chip demonstrates a unique way to manipulate sensitive DNA chains without breaking them. Scientists can diagnose genetic disorders such as Down’s syndrome through the use of gene markers, or probes , which bind to only highly very similar chains of DNA. Once bound, the probe’s location could be quickly detected by fluorescence, which gives information regarding the gene issue. Related StoriesNew study examines previously unknown secret to DNA repairTumour DNA in the bloodstream can accurately monitor cancers in actual timeCancer DNA in patient's bloodstream may help deliver personalized treatment for liver cancerDetecting these probes is usually a slow and difficult process, however, as the chains become coiled tightly.5.Often has trouble organizing activities. 6.Often avoids, dislikes, or doesn’t want to do things that take a lot of mental effort for a long period of time . 7.Often loses things needed for jobs and activities. 8.Is easily distracted often. 9.Is frequently forgetful in daily actions. Part B. Six or more of the next symptoms of hyperactivity-impulsivity have been present for at least 6 months to an degree that is disruptive and inappropriate for developmental level: Hyperactivity 1.Often fidgets with hands or foot or squirms in seat 2. Gets up from chair when remaining in chair is expected Often. 3.Frequently runs about or climbs when it’s not really appropriate . 4.Has trouble using or enjoying leisure activities quietly Often.