Gene variations are slight changes in your genetic code that are present in at least one percent of the population. For example, one genetic “letter” (A, T, C, or G) may be replaced by another. These variations can lead to different processes in the body, just as altering one letter in a word can completely change its meaning; for instance, from “g”oat to “c”oat.
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