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like a father

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characteristic of a father

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relating to or characteristic of or befitting a parent

related on the father's side

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This region of the genome contains the SNRPN and NDN genes, which are paternally expressed (i.e.
A rare form of CHM, the familial biparental CHM, is not androgenetic but rather is related to mutations in maternal effect genes NLRP7 (NALP7; chromosome 19) and KHDC3L (C6orf221; chromosome 6), which result in global imprinting alteration leading to preferential expression of paternally imprinted genes in villous trophoblast.
Aside from ensuring the fees of all students sitting for the secondary school final examinations were paid full, a policy he underpinned by the observation that some students even after going through the free school programme, were unable to pay the fees required before they could sit for NECO and WASC examinations, he blazed the trail with the state government's First Class Scholarship Scheme under which indigenes of the state, paternally or maternally, who made first class in any university were offered an annual N5 million scholarship to study for higher degrees up to PhD anywhere in the world.
The Gpr1/Zdbf2 ICR in mice was originally described as a paternally methylated ICR (Kobayashi et al.
The paternally inherited known missense mutation, c.1213G>A, combined with possible unknown mutated genes, c.1007_1013del, maternally inherited on the other chromosome, resulted in the severe phenotypes in our patient.
Detection of single-gene disorders is straightforward for paternally inherited mutations or common de novo mutations, in which the presence of a mutated allele in maternal plasma can be directly attributed to an affected fetus and not to background cfDNA of maternal origin (19--22).
Partial hydatidiform moles are triploid conceptuses with the extra haploid set of chromosomes being paternally derived.
As a contiguous gene syndrome, PWS is caused by either the structural loss of material or the absence of gene expression from the paternally inherited copy of chromosome 15q11-13 region [6].
Paternally imprinted gene would deactivate the activity of CDKN1C gene [9].
The reason for this difference in response is unknown, but we see that the responsive case had a paternally inherited heterozygous mutation, while a gene mutation test was not performed in the parents of the unresponsive case.
(36) Two doctors discovered paternally inherited cffDNA in blood samples of pregnant women.
CLS Bank Int'l in determining if a method for detecting paternally inherited DNA to perform a prenatal diagnosis is eligible for patent protection.
nucella within the genus Scotophilus is inferred here based on sequence analysis of maternally inherited mitochondrial cytochrome b gene (cytb) and the paternally inherited gene for the zinc finger protein on the Y-chromosome (zfy).
The family history revealed anxiety disorders occurring both maternally and paternally. Additionally, Sarah's mother's acknowledged having her own similar sensory issues as a child.
In the present study, we examined cytokinesis in ammonia-activated sea urchin eggs, which lack paternally derived centrosomes and undergo mitosis mediated by unusual anastral, bipolar mini-spindles.