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Gene dosage is the number of copies of a gene present in a cell or nucleus. An increase in gene dosage can cause higher levels of gene product if the gene is not subject to regulation from elsewhere in the body. Gene dosage is also known to be significantly associated with other quantitative or qualitative phenotype traits.
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