codominant alleles

codominant alleles

A pair of ALLELEs both of which contribute to the phenotype, neither being dominant over the other.
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1]2 corresponding to the presence of two codominant alleles, [Ak.
Because of the presence of 2 codominant alleles (Hp1 and Hp2), 3 major haptoglobin phenotypes are known in man: Hp 1-1, Hp 2-1, and Hp 2-2 (3).
Each parent exhibited a unique protein band the other lacked, but the two bands segregated in the RILs as codominant alleles at a single locus that was assigned the marker name MatSdPro.
Li 1970; Hedrick 1985) to multiple alleles and assume that there are five codominant alleles and one null allele.
There are three common codominant alleles, designated [epsilon]2, [epsilon]3, and [epsilon]4 (2).
Thirty-six of 68 DNA clones and 39 of 72 DNA clones detected segregating RFLP loci with codominant alleles in [S.
In Botryllus, the primary fusion/rejection response is controlled by a single, highly polymorphic locus, in which the sharing of one, or both, codominant alleles leads to fusion, and the absence of a shared allele leads to nonfusion or cytotoxic rejection (Oka and Watanabe 1957; Sabbadin 1962; Scofield et al.
Most recently, Mokady and Buss (1996), based on a series of incrosses and backcrosses derived from a single mated pair (one member of which was highly inbred) argued that, as in the ascidian genus Botryllus, a single, highly polymorphic locus with multiple codominant alleles controls allorecognition in H.
The first step in the simulations generates parental allotypes by randomly drawing pairs of codominant alleles (with replacement) from a pool of n alleles, for L loci.
The biosynthesis of each protein isoform is under the control of three independent codominant alleles, [member of]2, [member of]3, and [member of]4, located at a single Apo E gene locus on chromosome 19g13.