Williams syndrome is a rare genomic disorder that affects a kid's growth, physical appearance, and cognitive development. Persons who have Williams syndrome are missing genetic material from chromosome 7, containing the gene elastin. This gene's protein product gives blood vessels the stretchiness and strength required to withstand a lifespan of use. The elastin protein is made only during embryonic development and childhood, when blood vessels are formed. Because they absence the elastin protein, people with Williams Syndrome have disorders of the circulatory system and heart. The symptoms of this disease are intellectual ability, heart defects, and small chin, full lips, learning disorders etc.
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