genetic background

genetic background

  1. any genes other than those of special interest in a study.
  2. any effects in an experiment which can alter the main results in different crosses.
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There are so many factors and conditions that influence alcohol-related brain damage, including the person's age and level of education, gender, genetic background and family history of alcoholism.
This evidence supports the idea that different Levantine cultural groups such as the Moabites, Israelites, and Phoenicians may have had a common genetic background, the authors said.
It shows us we all belong to one human race whatever our genetic background.
In this study, two sets of introgression line populations derived from three parents were used to dissect the genetic basis of grain shape and illustrate the genetic background effects on QTL expression.
At present time , genetic background of the individuals with PDM are still not clear.
Medications that appear promising when exposed to the new cells could be precisely tailored to individual patients based on their genetic background.
They considered people's genetic background as well as details about their experiences of pain and depression.
Then, we will evaluate the impact on our newly developed neurofeedback performance endophenotype of factors known to be related to AD such as various clinical and lifestyle variables, amyloid deposition, genetic background (including, but not restricted to APOE4) and most importantly cognitive reserve.
3%) in spite of a similar genetic background and lifestyle between the two groups.
1) However, the variety of responses to lead, even with exposures, suggests that an individual's genetic background might influence how lead toxicity manifests.
However, a number of medications impact patients differently based on their genetic background.
The marker could be used: i) to control the target gene (foreground selection), ii) to control the genetic background (background selection) (Hospital 2003), restoring the recipient's genetic background quickly, and eliminating unfavorable gene linked to target gene effectively.