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What would be the genotype for NOT having Huntington's disease? I know for having it it would be Hh or HH. So what would it be for not having it? What would be the genotype for NOT having Huntington's disease? I know for having it it would be Hh or HH. So what would it be for not having it? @Biology

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  1. 00Gibb00
    • 3 years ago
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    Assuming Huntington's disease is a dominant genetic trait, you would have to have two recessive alleles in order to not have the disorder (hh).

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    • 3 years ago
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    hh

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