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... is derived from the term intragenic region and also called intervening ... we call introns (for intragenic regions) - alternating with regions which ...
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Dictionary. intragenic - located within same gene: located or occurring within the same gene ... Intragenic Enzyme Complementation. ... Intragenic Suppressors ...
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Intragenic tandem repeats generate functional variability ... We propose that variation in intragenic repeat number provides the functional ...
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BioInfoBank Library :: INTRAGENIC COMPLEMENTATION AMONG TEMPERATURE SENSITIVE MUTANTS OF BACTERIOPHAGE T4D. Chemotactic mechanism of Salmonella typhimurium: ...
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OBJECTIVE: Analysis of the intragenic SHOX microsatellite to define its utility ... CONCLUSIONS: The SHOX intragenic microsatellite might be a useful molecular ...
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Intragenic deletions and duplications that affect single or multiple exons are ... We determined the frequency of intragenic deletions and duplications in a select ...
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Details on Gene Mutation, Intragenic, Intergenic, Point Mutations, Enzymatic Capacities, Normal Base Sequence, DNA Moleucle ... may be intragenic or intergenic. ...
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paper we are concerned only with intragenic, inter ... analysis : detection of intragenic recombination or gene. conversion. ...
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Two methods are described, intragenic and cisgenic, in which the target crop is ... The Intragenic Approach as a New Extension to Traditional Plant Breeding. ...
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Intragenic Tools for Improved Rice Biotechnology (411496)The goal of the project is to develop and characterize the molecular tools required to generate genetically ...
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A large diversity of intragenic compensatory mutations was identified from ... Subsequent analyses of intragenic mutation diversity revealed a significant ...
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Nevertheless, it appears that intragenic recombination alone is insufficient to ... If intragenic recombination is sufficiently frequent, it may be the predominant ...
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... suggests that the Rit1 intragenic deletions were generated by ... lymphoma DNA with the intragenic deletion was serially diluted ... Intragenic deletions of ...
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ļ¬nding of low levels of intragenic LD is particularly ... Yet, intragenic. patterns of linkage ... very informative locally, and intragenic patterns of ...
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Epistasis is the interaction between genes. ... Intragenic complementation, allelic complementation, or interallelic ... Causes of intragenic complementation include: ...
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Here we examine the role of the intragenic DMR2 by gene targeting. ... of gene expression whereby intragenic methylation can increase levels of transcription. ...
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The intragenic deletions were detected in almost 6% of all high-risk families ... The proportion of intragenic BRCA1 rearrangements could be overestimated because ...
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