syntenic


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syn·ten·ic

(sin-ten'ik),
Pertaining to synteny.

syn·ten·ic

(sin-ten'ik)
Pertaining to synteny.
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Syntenic maps were constructed mainly based on the information regarding the location of genes and draw manually.
As reviewed here, studies in mouse models of various aspects of alcohol dependence have identified several QTLs with large effects on ethanol physiological dependence and associated withdrawal, have reduced these QTLs to small intervals of chromosomes 1 and 4 (which are syntenic to human chromosomes 1q23.
The maternal City of Hope syntenic associations were -; -; +; -; -; -; -; -; +; + plus the beta gene promoter 5' untranslated region motif [(AC).
In short, the existence of shared pseudogenes between primate genomes, their syntenic locations, and their patterns of inactivation and distribution all coherently support the same model of common ancestry based on comparative sequence homology criteria alone.
Other mouse models trisomic for smaller HSA21 syntenic regions or even single genes should be generated to assess their putative contribution to the DS specific abnormalities.
Herbert) Yaegashi & Udagawa] resistance in two genomic regions of perennial ryegrass, and one of the regions appears syntenic with rice linkage group 7.
This region was sequenced and found to be syntenic to a region of human chromosome 9.
Of the two classes of loci used to construct gene maps, coding gene sequences (Type I markers), which show conservation among distantly related mammalian species, are most useful as landmarks for comparing linkage and syntenic association.
These conserved cDNA have the highest potential for studying syntenic relationships and phylogenetic differences between angiosperm and gymnosperm plants.
In other cases, the loci are syntenic but gene order has not been conserved.