mutation frequency


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mutation frequency

the proportion of mutants in a population as compared with normal WILD TYPE individuals.
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5% mutation frequency in rpsL gene in streptomycin-resistant isolates, similar to a study performed in Barcelona which reported 24.
However, while estimating the RPE65 mutation frequency in LCA patients in China may provide useful information for gene therapy of this disease, the LCA patients' cohort in our study may not have been sufficient to estimate an accurate RPE65 mutation frequency in our LCA patients given that only 1 out of 52 patients carried mutation in RPE65 .
Mutation frequency of Familial Mediterranean Fever and evidence for a high carrier rate in the Turkish population.
Mutation frequency was the highest at the S315T1 codon in the katG gene, and at the C15T codon in the promoter region of the inhA gene.
This study has revealed that the NOD2/CARD15 gene mutation frequency is low among the Turkish patients with gouty arthritis.
17,18) Other studies have shown similar molecular profiles between colon and rectum except for the BRAF mutation frequency.
Preliminary experiments with mice suggested ribavirin could be a potential therapy and did cause the desired effect of increasing the mutation frequency enough to make the virus non-viable.
Because of these DNA glycosylase activities, NEIL1, NEIL2, and NEIL3 also have the ability to regulate the mutation frequency in cells.
MEFV mutation frequency and effect on disease severity in ankylosing spondylitis," Turkish Journal of Medical Sciences, vol.
The elevated mutation frequency in BRCA1/2 genes was observed among women diagnosed between 36 and 40 years (4/8), followed by those of 26 to 30 (3/8) and then those of 31 to 35.