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Allele frequency


Allele frequency is the proportion of all variants (alleles) that is made up of a particular gene variant. In other words, it is the number of copies of a particular allele divided by the number of copies of all alleles at the genetic place (locus) in a population. It...
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Genetic drift or allelic drift is the change in the relative frequency with which a gene variant (allele) occurs in a population due to random sampling and chance: the alleles in offspring are a random sample of those in the...
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In population genetics, allele frequencies show the genetic diversity of a species ... For example, if the frequency of an allele is 20% in a given ...
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Kidd Lab Frequency Database for releasing frequency data ... Download format for Arlequin: Allele frequency tables available in Arlequin ...
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To measure a SNP allele frequency in a mixture of DNAs pooled from individual ... When the allele frequency is 50%, one expects that each of the two PCR ...
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We find that allele frequency restriction or matching extends the detection of ... To test the influence of allele frequency on the r2 metric, we recalculated LD ...
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... concerned about the change in allele frequency in a population. ... in allele frequency is ... the frequency of the blue-eye allele would increase. ...
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allele frequency synonyms, allele frequency antonyms. Information about allele frequency ... Allele frequency in his sample (North American population) was 0. ...
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An official journal of the Genetics Society, Heredity publishes high-quality ... Generally, allele frequency estimates are obtained from existing databases. ...
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Allele frequencies can change in a population over time, depending on the ' ... 7. Why is the frequency of the sickle cell allele so much lower in the United ...
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species polymorphism is likely, then allele frequencies. in the two species are not independent. ... in allele frequency. We develop the basic theory here in ...
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Evolution – changes in population allele frequencies over time. ... allele frequency: q = (q2)1/2 = (0.09)1/2 = 0.3 The frequency of the recessive (f) allele ...
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epidemic result in increasing frequencies of the CCR5-Δ32 allele? ... northern European populations carry a higher frequency of this allele than do Asian or African ...
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