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A minisatellite is a section of DNA that consists of a short series of bases 10–60bp. These occur at more than 1000 locations in the human genome. Some minisatellites contain a central (or "core") sequence of letters “GGGCAGGANG” or more generally a strand bias with...
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minisatellite-like variation of mtDNA have been reported ... for minisatellite-like patterns ... that is generally presumed to lead to minisatellite-like ...
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environmental health issues ... Rare alleles of a minisatellite sequence have been reported to be associated ... use of minisatellite fingerprinting in legal ...
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The insulin minisatellite has been studied intensively due to its associations ... Minisatellite homozygosity did not reduce the frequency of these mutants in sperm. ...
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Directed Amplification of Minisatellite DNA ... A number of minisatellite core sequences were used as single primers to amplify genomic DNA. ...
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Potential Forensic Applications of Minisatellite Variant Repeat (MVR) Mapping ... Minisatellite variant repeat (MVR) mapping using the polymerase chain reaction ...
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HRAS Minisatellite Alleles and Cancer Susceptibility. HRAS Mutations in Bladder Cancer ... JN, et al. The HRAS1 minisatellite locus and risk of ovarian cancer. ...
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This provides evidence that minisatellite conversion and crossover arise by a ... MS31 (D7S21) is a highly variable minisatellite with a mutation rate to new ...
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CBF/NF-Y specifically binds to the 43-bp repeat unit of the minisatellite. ... Minisatellite sequences have been shown to serve as regulatory regions for ...
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