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gene map

gene map

Genetics
1. A linear designation of mutant sites in a gene, based upon the various frequencies of interallelic or intragenic recombination.
2. The DNA sequence of a gene annotated with sites of regulatory elements, introns, exons and mutations. See DNA sequence, Exon, Gene, Intron, Mutation, Recombination, Recombination frequency.
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Larsson, C., Skogseid, B., Oberg, K., Nakamura, Y., and Nordenskgold, M., "Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Type I Gene Maps to Chromosome 11 and Is Lost in Insulinoma." Nature, vol.
Comparing the gene maps across the grapes, the team concludes that humanity has only begun to explore the genetic diversity of the humble grape.
Armed with fast equipment, he completes gene maps with unprecedented speed.
The Pi-[ta.sup.2] resistance gene maps between markers RM155 and RM7102, in a region tightly linked to the centromere of chromosome 12 (Fig.
It will enable researchers to compare gene maps across family groups and, as a result, identify and isolate the problem genes.
Venter completed gene maps with unprecedented speed.
Two-point analyses revealed that the porcine calsarcin-3 gene maps close to the DNA marker S0036 (57cR; LOD score 6.92).
These resources include gene maps, sequences, and annotation projects.
Gene maps could also assist producers in selecting animals that are best suited to a particular environment.
Scientists increasingly are filling in the details of such gene maps. Estimates put the number of genes in humans and mice at 50,000 to 100,000.