gene marker

gene marker

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In the population derived from the crossing of CD 235RR x Igra RA 518 RR, the efficiency of selection with the Dt1 gene marker was evaluated once segregation occurred exclusively for this gene.
This gene marker appears to be related to an inflammatory response in the presence of phosphorylated tau," Hohman said.
A number of commercial gene marker tests have been developed and validated in specific populations of farm livestock in defined regions of the world, and have generated considerable interest among beef farmers in the UK.
The company's Quest Diagnostics Cervical Cancer TERC test is based on the human telomerase RNA component (TERC) gene marker under a nonexclusive patent license from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
In phylogenetics, a particular evolutionary gene marker is analysed from a DNA sample that has been extracted from a mixed microbial community.
Once a relevant gene marker set is defined, the results may be loaded into gene ontology (GO) software, readily accessible from the Internet, to generate the biological process maps.
The retailer has secured a 42% discount on samples carried out by Igenity, a bovine gene marker company, for BeefLink and DairyLink members.
After being told at the hospital that Caleb had a gene marker putting him at a slightly higher risk of contracting the disease, she enrolled the newborn, now 3, in a global study called TEDDY.
This is a strategic initiative that places Pfizer at the forefront of livestock gene marker R&D and enhances Pfizer's ability to offer more complete solutions to global livestock producers," says Pfizer Animal Health Pres.
It is an increase with further selection of the GP-9 multiple-leaflet gene marker registered by Crop Science in 1982 (Taylor, 1982).
SAN FRANCISCO -- Oral supplements of calcium and vitamin D resulted in the loss of a gene marker associated with cancer in 9 of 11 patients with adenomatous polyps, Dr.
By using the same gene marker techniques employed in the other studies, they determined that just 12% of the largemouth bass nests contained any eggs fertilized by another male.