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Antonyms for homozygosity

the state of being homozygous

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13 Accordingly it can be said that arginine homozygosity had a protective role while prolinehomozygosity and arginine heterozygosity increased the susceptibility towards endometriosis.
Locus showing homozygosity which co-segregated with disease phenotype for disease individuals was confirmed through Sanger sequencing.
Comparison of homozygous samples by NGS and an alternate method demonstrated a high degree of concordance and confirmation of homozygosity.
Consent for full sequencing of the PRNP was not obtained; methionine homozygosity at codon 129 was identified.
Sequence analysis carried out in an affected SA boy from a consanguineous Venda family revealed homozygosity for a single nucleotide insertion in exon 5, which resulted in a frame shift and premature stop codon p.
e] is high, which is defined as the inverse of homozygosity (Nei, 1987), it is more likely to detect the possibility of any genetic variation.
Until now, there are few reports showing homozygosity for Robertsonian translocations which are summarized in table 1.
Similarly summary statistics of Heterozygosity including Observed homozygosity Observed Heterozygosity expected homozygosity expected Heterozygosity Nei genetic distances for wild and Japanese quail are given in Table 4 and 6 respectively.
Localization of the gene for thiamine-responsive megaloblastic anemia syndrome, on the long arm of chromosome 1, by homozygosity mapping.
Also, homozygosity of alleles that contribute to DQ2 genotype was associated with the development of serious complications of celiac disease, indicating gene dosage effect [18].
Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: Microarrays for detection of copy number changes and areas of homozygosity.
There is ample evidence that allele frequencies and relative hazard values of the [DELTA]32 polymorphism of C-C chemokine receptor 5 (CCR5), the CCR5 promoter polymorphism P1, the 64I polymorphism of CCR2, T-cell receptor excision circles, Toll-like receptors 4 and 9, interleukin-7 receptor [alpha], and HLA homozygosity produce divergent patterns of progression to AIDS after infection (3-6).