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Synonyms for exon

sequence of a gene's DNA that transcribes into protein structures

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Sequence analysis revealed fifteen polymorphic sites in amplified exonic and associated intronic region of Pit1 gene of Pakistani Sahiwal cattle breed.
Expanded DNA repeats above a certain threshold are associated with various neurological disorders, the most common of which are polyglutamine diseases caused by exonic triplet (cytosine-adenine-guanine (CAG)) repeat expansions leading to a range of cognitive and psychiatric abnormalities.
Seven pairs of primers for amplification of both exonic and intronic regions of [beta]2M gene in the DNA samples of Murrah buffaloes were designed on the basis of sequences of cattle (Bos taurus) in public database at NCBI (AC_000167.
The vast majority of pri-miRNAs contain approximately 80 nucleotide hairpin secondary structures that can be intronic or exonic.
16] is that, on functional annotation of 57 genetic loci associated with celiac disease, only 3 genetic variations, that is, rs1059702 in IRAK1, rs3184504 in SH2B3, and rs3748816 in MMEL1, are found to occur in exonic regions and subsequently affect the amino acid sequences of concerned proteins.
Gene prediction methods require exonic and intronic regions of protein models or from huge quantities of unknown DNA sequence from different species [9].
Greater than 6,000 of the augmented genes in the ACE Clinical Exome Test are finished by Personalis (>99% of exonic bases at >=20X coverage), more than any other commercial test, Personalis says.
2013) Analysis of rare, exonic variation amongst subjects with autism spectrum disorders and population controls.
However, few of these population-specific insertions are in exons, since exonic interruptions are rapidly removed by selection.
35 Shin Kh Kim JM Rho KS Park Kh Oh JE Min BM: Inac- tivation of the PTEN gene by mutation exonic deletion and loss of transcript in human oral squamous cell carcinoma.