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Do mutations affect the people with diabetes
Do mutations affect the people with diabetes
Do mutations affect the people with diabetes
Do mutations affect the people with diabetes
Do mutations affect the people with diabetes
Do mutations affect the people with diabetes
Do mutations affect the people with diabetes
Do mutations affect the people with diabetes
Do mutations affect the people with diabetes
Do mutations affect the people with diabetes
Do mutations affect the people with diabetes
Do mutations affect the people with diabetes
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Do mutations affect the people with diabetes

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  • 1. Do mutations affect the people with diabetes?
  • 2. Who gets diabetes?
    • By the age of 20 most adults get diabetes, mostly children.
    • 7.1% white
    • 8.4% Asian Americans
    • 12.6% black
    • 11.8% Hispanics
    • Hispanics:
    • 7.6% Cubans
    • 13.3% Mexican American
    • 13.8% Puerto Rico
    • Women:
    • 12.6 million or 10.8% of all women aged
    • 20 years old or older have diabetes.
    • Men: 13,0 million or 11.8% of all man aged
    • 20 years old mean or older have diabetes
  • 3.
    • Diabetes leads to kidney disease
    • 20-74 years old can get blind if they have diabetes
    • Most diabetes have 67% of high blood pressure
    • Diabetes can cause heart disease and strokes
    • Diabetes leads up to 231,404 deaths
  • 4. Symptoms
    • Excessive thirst and appetite
    • Unusual weight loss or gain
    • Nausea, perhaps vomiting
    • In women, frequent vaginal infections
    • In men and women, yeast infections
    • Dry mouth
    • Slow-healing sores or cuts
    • Itching skin, especially in the groin or vaginal area
  • 5. Three main types of diabetes
    • Diabetes Type 1 - You produce no insulin at all.
    • Diabetes Type 2 - You don't produce enough insulin, or your insulin is not working properly.
    • Gestational Diabetes - You develop diabetes just during your pregnancy.
    Type 2 Type 1 Gestational diabetes
  • 6. Different types of mutation
    • Point mutation
    • frame-shrift mutation
    • Deletion
    • Insertion
    • Inversion
  • 7. Point mutation
    • point mutation:
    • “simple change in base”
    • Just changing “one letter”
  • 8. Frame-shift mutation
    • More “letters” are interested or deleted just changing one “letter” changes the whole message.
    • It can replace or delete or mix the words
  • 9. Deletion
    • DNA missing can cause frame-shift mutation. It can get rid of one “word” or the whole thing
  • 10. Insertions
    • Extra DNA can cause frame-shift mutation and general result in a nonfunctional protein.
  • 11. Inversion
    • DNA that is reversed
    • Small inversion may occur in a few places with a gene
    • A longer inversions occur in a chromosome
  • 12. fun fact and source
    • yes, mutation do affect people with diabetes. Mutations creates a disease that can kill you.
    • http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/info/diabetes/
    • http://diabetes.webmd.com/guide/understanding-diabetes-symptoms
    • http://www.diabetes.org/diabetes-basics/type-1/?loc=DropDownDB-type1
    • http://health.nytimes.com/health/guides/disease/diabetes/overview.html

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