Sex saves from genetic mutations

Scientists from the University of Montreal Hospital research centre University of St. Justine established: the more often people have sex, the less their risk of developing genetic mutations are inherited. Data provided by the newspaper the Economic Times.

Not always the mutation immediately leads to pathological changes in the next generations. There are so-called damage accumulation. When the number of damaged genetic plots passes, it manifests itself in the form of a specific disease, which is hereditary.

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Evolution thus has programmed the whole animal world, that most of the "junk" material is not transmitted from generation to generation, and gradually "released" from the genome by ending the possibility of reproduction of individuals with severe disabilities. That's why most severe genetic diseases are accompanied by infertility.

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