3 edition of Humanpolymorphic genes found in the catalog.
Arun K. Roychoudhury
|Statement||Arun K. Roychoudhury and Masatoshi Nei.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 393p. :|
|Number of Pages||393|
Gene sequencing studies, like that done for the human genome project, have revealed that at the nucleotide level, the gene encoding a specific protein can have a number of differences in sequence. These differences don't alter the overall product significantly enough to produce a different protein but may have an effect of substrate specificity. Buy Human Molecular Genetics 3 by Strachan, Tom, Read, Andrew (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(10).
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Puig, M. et al. Functional impact and evolution of a novel human polymorphic inversion that disrupts a gene and creates a fusion transcript. PLoS Genet. 11, e ().
Interleukin-2 receptor beta chain gene: generation of three receptor forms by cloned human alpha and beta chain cDNA's By M Hatakeyama, M Tsudo, S Minamoto, T Kono, T Doi, T Miyata, M Miyasaka, T Taniguchi. Polymorphism is a condition in which a population possesses more than one allele at a locus. Sometimes it is defined as the condition of having more than one allele with a frequency of over 5% in the population. There may be several causes of polymorphism.
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Human polymorphic genes: world distribution. [Arun K Roychoudhury; Masatoshi Nei] -- "This extensive compilation of statistical data on human gene frequencies includes entries for blood groups, proteins, enzymes, HLA systems, immunoglobulins, and restriction-site polymorphisms, as.
These authors provide a book dealing with the distribution of human polymorphic genes, which, unlike the works of Mourant et al. () and Tills et al. (), covers as many gene loci as possible. In total, genetic systems are mentioned, as well as data tables for HLA systems and selected, well-defined nuclear D N A polymorphisms.
A marginally significant correlation between the ZNF expression values and that of the other genes tested by qPCR in the 26 Std/Std or Std/Inv individuals was found for two genes, SNHG5 and BCL11A (Table 2), which indicates that a low ZNF expression level is associated to an increase in the two by: In recent years, immunohematology has been experiencing technological advances in the molecular characterization of blood group system polymorphisms.
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The past decade of advances in molecular genetic technology has heralded a new era for all evolutionary studies, but especially the science of human evolution.
Data on various kinds of DNA Cited by: Abstract. Earlier part of the 20 th century has seen the development of several serological and biochemical polymorphisms and their use in the studies of human populations. More recently, several types of molecular markers (single nucleotide polymorphisms, SNPs; restriction fragment length polymorphisms, RFLPs; minisatellites or variable number of tandem repeats, VNTRs; mircosatellites Cited by: 2.
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