codominant inheritance

co·dom·i·nant in·her·i·tance

inheritance in which two alleles are individually expressed in the presence of each other; there may be other alleles available at the locus that may or may not exhibit codominance.

codominant inheritance

the transmission of a trait or condition in which both alleles of a pair are given full expression in a heterozygote, as in the alleles for the AB or MNS blood group antigens and the leukocyte antigens.

co·dom·i·nant in·her·i·tance

(kō-dom'i-nănt in-her'i-tăns)
Mode by which two alleles are individually expressed in the presence of each other.
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The Hb-J gene follows the pattern of autosomal codominant inheritance.
However, when making this type of studies, microsatellites have some advantages, including their high variability in populations and their codominant inheritance, which have made them more widely used (11).
The RFLPs show Mendelian codominant inheritance with minimal pleiotropic effects (Helentjaris et al.