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251) ributary of the Yangtze River blocked the gene flow among those regions.
252) ddition, we observed that pollen-mediated gene flow possibly maintained the genetic
253) ce in allele frequencies, suggesting that gene flow prevented the formation of popul
254) A stepping-stone pattern of gene flow was detected in the populations
255) ure among adults suggests high historical gene flow.
256) me 6q region and reveal a novel candidate gene for CL±P.
257) e MHC class II β-1 domain as a candidate gene for resistance to lactococcosis, we e
258) mplete mitochondrial 16 S ribosomal RNA gene for the first time.
259) dy, we present the complete mitochondrial gene for the freshwater goby Rhinogobius g
260) ch two transgenes were co-delivered - the gene for transforming growth factor (TGF)
261) on the expression of metagenomic xylanase gene in Bacillus subtilis extracellularly
262) mooth muscle α-actin (ACTA2; MIM*102620) gene in a 3 generational family from North
263) ments of amplified mitochondrial 12S rRNA gene in addition to species-specific PCR p
264) nes and copy number alterations of PIK3CA gene in bladder tumor and their correspond
265) aicism and the overexpression of the SHOX gene in case 2 could explain the marked di
266) study was carried out to characterize VP2 gene of CPV viruses from two provinces of
267) The start codon for COI gene of M.
268) tive breeds based on cytochrome b (cyt-b) gene of mitochondrial DNA information.
269) fy around 415 bp fragment of cytochrome b gene of mtDNA.
270) The extensive phenotypic heterogeneity of human prion diseases is determi
271) 2 production using bicistronic COX-1/PGIS gene transfer and BPS supplementation, and
272) pdate on various mechanisms of horizontal gene transfer and examines how horizontal
273) Horizontal gene transfer has a tremendous impact on t
274) It seems that horizontal gene transfer occurred frequently among di
275) cial focus is paid to the role horizontal gene transfer plays in pathogenicity of th
276) Pathogenic mutations in the KCNQ1 gene were detected in all JLNS patients.
277) Eight tRNA genes and one protein-coding gene were encoded on light strand, the oth
278) en the A + T-rich region and the nad2 gene were failed to sequence because of th
279) ction since all substitutions within this gene were non-synonymous.
280) the transforming growth factor (TGF) β3 gene were selected as transgenic companion
281) entration of 0.1 μM, Pb(2+) induced IL-8 gene activation in gastric carcinoma AGS c
282) l, we integrate negative regulations into gene activation process, and make the conv
283) gnal transduction of Pb(2+) -induced IL-8 gene activation.
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(1)75 expression (15)5 of (29)3 block (43)2 mutation
(2)34 order (16)5 transfer (30)3 can (44)2 on
(3)32 arrangement (17)5 were (31)3 contents (45)2 overlap
(4)31 and (18)4 activation (32)3 polymorphisms (46)2 peptide
(5)21 *null* (19)4 delivery (33)3 sequencing (47)2 profiling
(6)15 was (20)4 encoding (34)3 transcription (48)2 regions
(7)12 expression, (21)4 expressions (35)2 analysis (49)2 sequence
(8)9 arrangement, (22)4 fragments (36)2 carriers (50)2 sequences,
(9)7 composition (23)4 is (37)2 cluster (51)2 spookier
(10)7 organization (24)4 silencing (38)2 clusters (52)2 synteny
(11)7 sequences (25)4 to (39)2 content (53)2 therapy,
(12)5 flow (26)4 which (40)2 family (54)2 used
(13)5 for (27)3 alterations (41)2 from (55)2 uses
(14)5 in (28)3 as (42)2 has

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--- WordNet output for gene --- =>遺伝子 Overview of noun gene The noun gene has 1 sense (no senses from tagged texts) 1. gene, cistron, factor -- ((genetics) a segment of DNA that is involved in producing a polypeptide chain; it can include regions preceding and following the coding DNA as well as introns between the exons; it is considered a unit of heredity; "genes were formerly called factors") --- WordNet end ---