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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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0 years) with MDS carrying two mutations in one of four nuclear genes that cause mtDNA depletion ( POLG , DGUOK , TK2 , and SUCLA2 ).
Quantification of mtDNA copy number: Real time PCR was performed in each single MII oocytes (n=40 in each group, n=1 per tube) for quantification of mtDNA copy number.
Out of 1051 bp of the target mtDNA D-loop region of buffalo, nearly 75 bp were of poor quality from every 3' and 5' end of each of the 15 analyzed sequences.
In this study, we investigated the polymorphisms of mtDNA D-loop sequences duck populations to identily their origin.
The group has started offering mtDNA quantification clinically in the United States and has applied to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority for a license to use the testing in the United Kingdom.
Two centres are involved in mtDNA diagnostics in SA: the Inherited Metabolic Diseases (IMD) Laboratory of the National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) in Cape Town and the Mitochondria Research Laboratory in the Centre for Human Metabolomics (CHM) at North-West University (NWU) in Potchefstroom.
These important findings show that mtDNA can help to highlight the embryos most likely to produce a pregnancy, allowing them to be given top priority for transfer to the woman's uterus.
To investigate whether MeHg can change mitochondrial proliferation, we examined the mRNA expression of several genes involved in mtDNA biogenesis and found that MeHg significantly increased the expression of ND1 (fold change: 10 nM, 3.
e]) of mtDNA relative to nuclear genes, of which each individual has two copies, one inherited from each parent.
The prevention of mtDNA disease transmission has been dubbed 'three-parent IVF'.