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mtDNA

Abbreviation for mitochondrial DNA.

mtDNA

mitochondrial DNA.

mtDNA

abbr.
mitochondrial DNA

mtDNA

abbrev. MITOCHONDRIAL DNA.

mtDNA

mitochondrial DNA.
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All told, more than 250 specific mutations (point substitutions or deletions) of mtDNA have been characterized as pathogenic to date.
As a result of this world-beating research, eggs with healthy MTDNA and the full complement of the mother's genes are used in IVF with the father's sperm to form a new and healthy baby.
In the analysis of pairwise distance of control regions, the tandem repeat motif 'CGTGCGTACA' with a variable number of repeats in individuals, and Type I and II Lanyu-specific repeated motifs (ACACAAACC and TAAAACACTTA, respectively) of the mtDNA control region were excluded from analysis (Wu et al.
Similarly, DNA ligase III activity has been shown to be critical for mtDNA repair and cell survival (Simsek et al.
Since the healthy mtDNA NA N would be inherited by future generations, the treatment has the potential to eradicate mitochondrial diseases from aected families.
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Our mtDNA results confirm historic and genetic records that indicate a large percentage of persons brought to Brazil as slaves originated from western-central and western Africa.
Finding a clearly pathogenic homoplasmic mtDNA mutation offers a new paradigm of mtDNA pathogenesis, and studying this unique disease may unveil factors that are important in other mitochondrial disease.
Deleterious mtDNA mutations are usually present in a heteroplasmic state (4).
The mitochondria in male sperm cells are lost during or after fertilization, leaving only the mother's mtDNA in the developing embryo's cells.