haplotype


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(genetics) a combination of alleles (for different genes) that are located closely together on the same chromosome and that tend to be inherited together

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By their calculations, haplotype V is at least 60,000 years old, which means the ancestors of domestic cats had already encountered a primitive version of FIV long before cats were domesticated about 10,000 years ago.
Haplotype diversity and nucleotide diversity for each breed were estimated using the DnaSPv5 (Librado and Rozas, 2009).
El Rodeo Creek Haplotype 1 USON 01115 upstream of KJ019216 El Rodeo Haplotype 2 KJ019217 Ictalurus sp.
Haplotype 4 (notation 121-114-98, refers to fragment size 121 bp at the 0.
Given to this conclusion and their findings, researchers have suggested that Tibetans' ancestors may interbred with Denisovan, which could explain why the presence of Denisovan haplotype outside Melanesia.
Negative genetic distances were set to zero as were the genetic distances between populations fixed for the same haplotype.
And Cypriots are genetically closer to the Near East rather than to the West: the research discovered that the most common haplotype (codenamed A1B8DR3) in Europe is ranked 27th among the haplotypes found among the island's population.
10] The inclusion of 6 additional STRs extended this haplotype to 12 STRs which was subsequently referred to as the extended CMH.
The most common haplotype (Csl) was found at 9 sites and accounted for 22.
In this population we previously found that the major AS3MT haplotype (referred to here as haplotype 2; haplotype frequency = 70%) was GCCATCAC [5'-3' order of AS3MT SNPs: rs7085104, rs3740400, rs3740393, rs3740390, rs11 191439, rs1 1191453, rs10748835, and rs1046778 (Engstrom et al.
But our research indicates that rams with two copies of haplotype 1 seem to provide an advantage.
In both of these scenarios, the father and mother would be expected to exhibit similarities in the haplotype structure of the genomic regions linked to the disease-causing gene.
Objective: The aim of this study was to investigate the endothelial protein C receptor (EPCR) gene A3 haplotype and plasma soluble EPCR (sEPCR) levels in Turkish pediatric arterial stroke patients.
minor, haplotype IM1 was the most common haplotype and also had the widest distribution (California, Georgia, Hawaii, Oregon and Utah); Haplotypes IM2, IM3 and IM4 occurred 2 times each and the remainder of the I.
About a decade ago, Labuda and his researchers identified a DNA called a haplotype in the human X chromosome with mysterious origins.