diallelic

diallelic

a characteristic controlled by a pair of ALLELES.
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Indeed, diallelic crossing is one of the tools that can be employed for the best genotypes (Lima and Cardoso, 2000).
Insertion and/or deletion (indels) polymorphisms are diallelic markers with the potential for use in the study of genetic diversity and phylogenic relationships.
Polymorphism and ratio of peak areas in trisomy 21 samples STR marker Triallelic Diallelic Monoallelic samples (n) samples (n) samples (n) D21S1435 25 38 7 D21S11 33 34 3 D21S1270 44 24 2 D21S226 5 46 19 D21S1411 36 31 3 IFNAR 28 40 2 STR marker Ratio of peak areas in diallelic samples Range Mean SD D21S1435 2.
An NR3C1 diallelic single nucleotide polymorphism, Bcl-1, has been reported to distinguish individuals with the highest GC sensitivity.
The particular model of fitness landscapes that we consider here begins with an idealized collection of all genotypes that are haploid and diallelic at n loci.
The two remaining loci (AAT-1, LDH) are both diallelic systems that resolve well in adults, but since LDH could not be consistently scored in spiderlings during preliminary testing, probably due to a low level of enzyme concentration in their homogenates, only AAT-1 (a cationic locus) was used in this study.
Of 269 diallelic sites (SNPs), 173 (64%) were in the CC study samples and 59 (34%) were unique to the CC study samples (Table 2, online Technical Appendix).
The genetic parameters ACG and ACE were estimated through the statistical analysis of the diallelic IV design.
When several diallelic loci are analyzed, the fraction of population A in the mixture can be computed as a weighted average:
Melting curve SNP (MeSNP) genotyping: A useful approach for diallelic genotyping in forensic science.
To see how this produces a positive correlation manifold for cognitive tests, consider the example of two cognitive metric Traits X and Y that are determined by three diallelic Loci A, B, and C.