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trans·ver·sion

(trans-ver'zhŭn),
1. Substitution in DNA and RNA of a pyrimidine for a purine, or vice versa, by mutation.
2. In dentistry, the eruption of a tooth in a position normally occupied by another; transposition of a tooth.

transversion

(trănz-vûr′zhən)
n.
A point mutation in which a purine is replaced by a pyrimidine, or a pyrimidine is replaced by a purine.

trans·ver·sion

(trans-vĕr'zhŭn)
1. Substitution in DNA and RNA of a pyrimidine for a purine, or vice versa, by mutation.
2. dentistry The eruption of a tooth in a position normally occupied by another; transposition of a tooth.

trans·ver·sion

(trans-vĕr'zhŭn)
In dentistry, eruption of a tooth in a position normally occupied by another; transposition of a tooth.

transversion,

n eruption of a tooth in the wrong position
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kansuensis) was 5 substitutions, 3 of which were transversions (Kuwayama and Ozawa 2000).
In species with high divergence, the transversion rate increases and erases the record of transitions (Brown et al.
Table 1 lists the base frequencies by base position, transition/ transversion ratios and number of variable sites at each position.
The fingerprints of UVA involve transversion of A:T base pairs into C:G base pairs.
All polymorphic sites were transition mutations, but there was no transversion mutation.
Activated c-Ha-ras oncogene with a guanine to thymine transversion at the twelfth codon in a human stomach cancer cell line.
The difference between these two alleles lies in a single G[right arrow]C transversion mutation of nucleotide 177 in ALAD2; the allozyme resulting from the ALAD2 allele contains the substitution of a neutral asparagine for a positively charged lysine at residue 59 (Wetmur et al.
edu/) weighting transversions 15x according to the transitions/transversion ratio estimated in the jModelTest analyses.
90%) being a thymine to adenine transversion at nucleotide 1799 (T1799A).
Lillehoj (1991) indicated that the activated AFB1 metabolite, AFB1-8,9 epoxide forms a covalent bond with the N7 guanine and forms AFB1-N7 guanine adducts in target cells leading to G-T transversion, DNA repair, lesions, mutation and tumor formation (Foster et al.
The wild-type has been designated as TPMT*1, the 3 alleles tested include TPMT*2 allele that contains a single transversion at 238 G>C, TPMT*3A allele that contains two nucleotide transition polymorphisms 460 G>A and 719 A>G, and TPMT*3C allele that contains only a single transition polymorphism 719 A>G.