isoallele


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isoallele

 [i″so-ah-lēl´]
an allelic gene that is considered as being normal but can be distinguished from another allele by its differing phenotypic expression when in combination with a dominant mutant allele.

i·so·al·lele

(ī'sō-ă-lēl'),
One of a number of alleles that can be distinguished only by special analyses.

isoallele

/iso·al·lele/ (-ah-lēl´) an allelic gene that is considered as being normal but can be distinguished from another allele by its differing phenotypic expression when in combination with a dominant mutant allele.

isoallele

an allelic gene that is considered as being normal but can be distinguished from another allele by its differing phenotypic expression when in combination with a dominant mutant allele.