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monomorphic

 [mon″o-mor´fik]
existing in only one form.

mon·o·mor·phic

(mon-ō-mōr'fik),
Of one shape; unchangeable in shape.
[mono- + G. morphē, shape]

monomorphic

/mono·mor·phic/ (-mor´fik) existing in only one form; maintaining the same form throughout all developmental stages.

monomorphic

(mŏn′ō-môr′fĭk) also

monomorphous

(-fəs)
adj.
1. Chemistry Having only one form, as one crystal form.
2. Biology Having or existing in only one form, as having only one allele of a gene or having males and females that look alike.

mon′o·mor′phism n.

mon·o·mor·phic

(mon'ō-mōr'fik)
Of one shape; unchangeable in shape.
[mono- + G. morphē, shape]

monomorphic

existing in only one form.
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50 44 Tm = annealing temperature; TBN = Total band number; PBN = Polymorphic band number; MBN = Monomorphic band number; POL = Polymorphism percentage; PIC = Polymorphic information content; MI = Marker Index; SE = Standard Error; IUPAC 1 -letter code abbreviations for mixed oligo bases: R= A + G; Y = C + T.
Out of these, two variations were found monomorphic for mutant allele.
An oncocytoma typically has round tumor nests within a central edematous scar; note the even granular cytoplasm and monomorphic, round nuclei that appear to be centrally placed within the cells (A).
Caption: FIGURE 2: Modified lead II telemetry strip, recorded 4 hours after the ECG in Figure 1 showed the end of a 30- second run of monomorphic wide-QRS tachycardia (122 beats/min) with a different morphology and thought to be ventricular tachycardia.
PTLD was classified according to the World Health Organization criteria for early lesions (plasmacytic hyperplasia, infectious mononucleosis), polymorphic lesions, monomorphic lesions (diffuse B-cell lymphoma, Burkitt's lymphoma, plasmacytoma, plasma cell myeloma, T-cell lymphoma, other) and Hodgkin's lymphoma (10).
Most of the arrhythmic episodes that occur during ES are episodes of monomorphic ventricular tachycardia, while polymorphic VT and VF are unusual causes (Israel et al 2007).
Regular, wide complex tachycardias include monomorphic VT (in 80% of cases), SVT with right BBB (RBBB) or LBBB, preexcited tachycardia over an accessory pathway, and pacemaker tachycardias.
The development of monomorphic ventricular tachycardia (VT) and/or ventricular premature depolarizations (VPDs) beyond the acute phase following blunt chest trauma is more commonly associated with right or left ventricular structural abnormalities but with little understanding of the underlying mechanisms or recommended therapies.
A high-power pathologic review of the mass showed monomorphic cells in a sheet-like architecture with a background of mildly hyalinized vessels.
5%; 8 monomorphic fragments (common fragments) with 50% and revealed 6 unique fragments (genetic marker) with 37.
The effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on plant fitness have been extensively studied in sexually monomorphic plants,but plant populations with separate sexes are relatively common in nature.
1998) ADH-1 Monomorphic Monomorphic G3PDH 120 Monomorphic 100 [GPI-1,2.