per gene

per gene

a gene that is associated with circadian rhythms of some animal species. Mutations of the per gene locus result in alterations of their biorhythms. A similar DNA sequence occurs in the human genome, but its effect on human circadian rhythms is unknown.
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The number of genes with 11 to 15 SNPs per gene is 445 and there were 20 genes harboring more than 30 SNPs per gene.
Cellecta's library was designed as three modules each targeting approximately a third of the human genome with eight sgRNAs per gene, which is a higher number than most other libraries use.
When we analyzed oocytes for H19, Igf2r, Peg3, and Snrpn (approximately 100 oocytes per gene in each group, results showed that their methylation patterns were not altered in oocytes of OHFD females (Figure 4A-C).
All genes do is make proteins--generally one per gene.
Each set of probes is combined in analysis as a probe set, and a microarray will often include several probe sets per gene or transcript.
The wee creature's DNA contains as many sequences that code for proteins per gene as animals' genes do.
Founder-population members tend to share larger blocks of DNA inherited from common ancestors than do general populations, and they are thought to carry fewer mutations per gene.
Our previous study showed that three probes per gene lend the assay sufficient sensitivity and reproducibility for quantitative detection of differential expression in FFPE tissues (13).
That one-by-one approach, says Theologis, costs millions, while finding a gene high-throughput DNA sequencing averages only a modest $2,000 per gene.
KnomeSELECT enables consumers to obtain the sequence of their genes as well as a customized analysis of the results, bringing the retail cost of sequencing and analysis to under $1 per gene.
5 million per gene target, including a total of $8.
Interestingly, despite an average of a little more than two ns-cSNPs per gene, there is substantial variability among the candidate genes, as shown in Figure 3.