DNA polymorphism

DNA pol·y·mor·phism

a condition in which one of two different but normal nucleotide sequences can exist at a particular site in DNA.

DNA pol·y·mor·phism

(pol'ē-mōr'fizm)
A condition in which one of two different but normal nucleotide sequences can exist at a particular site in DNA.
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This study showed that the level of genetic variability observed in chickpea for agro-morphological traits was not reflected in DNA polymorphism obtained by RAPD analysis.
KSSR and ISSR markers for assessing DNA polymorphism and genetic diversity among Indian bread wheat varieties.
In contrast to morphological markers, molecular markers based on DNA polymorphism are more informative, independent of environmental conditions and unlimited in number [2].
TSUJIOKA H, Hamada H, Miyakawa T, Hachissuga T, Kawaraboyashi T, A pure Non--gestational choriocarcinoma of the ovary diagnosed with DNA polymorphism analysis.
The PCR-RFLP approach based on mitochondrial DNA polymorphism has already been established for species identification of common farm animals (Chen et al.
Table 2 demonstrates the distribution of alleles and genotypes of the studied DNA polymorphism in patients with chronic hepatitis C, as well as in the control group.
The use of random primers in a PCR is a powerful tool that reveals extensive DNA polymorphism, and it has become valuable in genetic analysis.
DNA polymorphism due to different doses of gamma rays could be distinguished based on the RAPD profiles.
He describes the concepts behind gene genealogies, include genealogical thinking, mutation and mutation models, measures of DNA polymorphism and, by way of example, variation at the pyruvate dehydrogenase E1 alpha (or PDHA1) subunit.
These mouse models will become tools to improve our understanding of the biological significance of human DNA polymorphism, and many of the computationally mined SNPs from coding sequences are being translated into appropriate animal models for further studies (Ladiges et al.