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Down Syndrome
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Special Issue: Down Syndrome

We are hereby delighted to announce the special issue on “Down Syndrome”.

Down syndrome is a hereditary problem caused when anomalous cell division brings about an additional full or halfway duplicate of chromosome 21. This extra genetic/hereditary material causes the formative changes and physical structures of Down syndrome. It's the most widely recognized hereditary chromosomal problem and reason for learning incapacities in kids. A portion of the more normal qualities of Down disorder include: Flattened face, Small head, Short neck, Protruding tongue, Poor muscle tone, short necks and little hands with short fingers and hands with a solitary wrinkle in the palm, a wide space between the enormous toe and second toe. Babies with down disorder might be normal size, yet commonly they develop gradually and stay more limited than other kids a similar age.

It additionally causes other clinical irregularities, including heart and gastrointestinal issues. Better comprehension of Down syndrome and early mediations can extraordinarily build the personal satisfaction for kids and grown-ups with this problem and assist them with living satisfying lives.

This special issue on "Down Syndrome", calls current trends and various latest advancements in and around the field. We would be glad to have your participation with your valuable submission towards the Journal. You may submit the manuscript to: [email protected] or you can submit via ‘Online Manuscript Submission System’.