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Zygosity. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Heterozygosity) ... the results of heterozygosity can be more ... Loss of heterozygosity ...
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Loss of heterozygosity (LOH) in a cell represents the loss of normal function of one allele of a gene in which the other allele was already inactivated. This term is mostly used in the context of oncogenesis; after an...
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Definition of heterozygosity from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
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loss of heterozygosity ( ¦lös əv ′hederōzī′gäsədē ) ( genetics ) In a heterozygote, the loss of one of the two alleles at one or more loci in a
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heterozygosity n. The state of being heterozygous. ... can increase the impact of bottlenecks or founder effects on heterozygosity? ...
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Heterozygosity is of major interest to students of genetic variation in natural populations. ... Low heterozygosity means little genetic variability. ...
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The expected heterozygosity following a bottleneck lasting a single generation ... How does this affect heterozygosity and allelic diversity? ...
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heterozygosity synonyms, heterozygosity antonyms. Information about heterozygosity in the free ... heterozygosity - the state of being heterozygous; having ...
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Heterozygosity,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... Definition of heterozygosity : ... heterozygosity ...
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Heterozygosity. Hardy-Weinberg Principle. Random Mating. Mutation ... The measure of the amount of heterozygosity across loci can be used as a general ...
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heterozygosity, result in increased stability during development and thus in lower asymmetry. ... level, where mean heterozygosity within a population is ...
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Genetic drift refers to the net decrease in genetic variability and heterozygosity over time. ... Heterozygosity is the degree to which an individual or ...
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In this book a panel of expert international mycologists critically review the ... The heterozygosity far exceeds that found in other polymorphic genomes such as ...
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pine, we determined the relationships between a ranking of heterozygosity of ... In aspen, heterozygosity was associated. with high mean growth rate, but in ...
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Heterozygosity for the Leiden mutation in the factor V gene (FVL) is common and ... Heterozygosity refers to the situation when an individual has a single Leiden ...
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... 3, which is affected by loss of heterozygosity (LOH) in various adult tumors. ... Loss of Heterozygosity/genetics* Lung Neoplasms/genetics. Lung Neoplasms ...
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Results: Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is one of the most prevalent human malignancies in the world. ... Frequent loss of heterozygosity on 6q at the mannose ...
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We therefore studied loss of heterozygosity and DNA ploidy in eight sporadic and ... Loss of heterozygosity and tumor suppressor gene mutations in ...
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