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Such evaluating of dairy cattle genetic traits has allowed dairy farmers to increase milk production to all-time highs.
One in 12 African-Americans carries the genetic trait for the disease, which can be passed on to their children.
Cells derived from one of the NIH-approved cell lines were injected into RCS rats in an attempt to compensate for the photoreceptor cell loss caused by a genetic trait carried by such RCS rats.
They say this multi-generational transmission could explain why 98 percent of inherited human diseases are unaccounted for by the prevailing view of genetic trait transmission, known as Mendelian genetics.
scientists announce successful transfer of a genetic trait from a bacterium to a plant cell using recombinant DNA techniques, a discovery representing the first time plant cells have been made to produce foreign proteins.
If a plant bearing a unique genetic trait disappears, there is no way to get it back.
Although only one in every 100 to 200 people in the general population may be carriers of a gene mutation that causes Type 1 Gaucher disease, as many as one in 10 Ashkenazi Jews carry this inactive genetic trait.
And however many of the mutants you release into the wild, their new genetic trait will most likely die out within a few generations.
Being abused as an infant outweighs any primarily genetic trait, such as an anxious temperament, in fostering abusive parenting by female monkeys, says primatologist Dario Maestripieri of the University of Chicago.
Furthermore, Lesko says, there's no point in approving a drug for genetics-based clinical use unless a test for the relevant genetic trait is widely available to doctors.
The new genetic trait also shut down Myc production in the presence of a common antibiotic.
In the United States, approximately 32 million people (1 in 10) are carriers of the genetic trait for HH.
These rats retain this genetic trait for life, the investigators say.
Caused by a genetic trait that leads to improper digestion of cereal proteins such as gluten, the disease has long been recognized as a source of diarrhea, abdominal pain, and poor absorption of nutrients.
Because the mutation slows metabolism of the drug efavirenz, patients of either race who have the genetic trait might be better off receiving, from the start of therapy, only a low dose of efavirenz, says David W.