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289) c Ewing sarcoma, an insertion of the MIC2 gene encoding CD99 from Xp to 10p and a su
290) AP3K-related serine-threonine kinase (the gene encoding COT/Tpl2) as a kinase respon
291) om a spontaneous missense mutation in the gene encoding bone morphogenic protein (BM
292) tion is an expanded CAG repeat in the HTT gene encoding the Huntingtin protein, and
293) g/kg) increased TH and μ-opioid receptor gene expressions in CB2 KO mice, whereas t
294) e hydroxylase (TH) and μ-opioid receptor gene expressions were also measured in the
295) The highest levels of gene expressions were in the 5-min group a
296) in reaction (RT-PCR) to confirm stem cell gene expressions.
297) in-coding genes (cytb, cox1 and cox3), 12 gene fragments for the large subunit (LSU)
298) nalysis of partial sequences of these two gene fragments from 171 individuals indica
299) e presence of polymorphisms in all tested gene fragments in individual tissues of do
300) the species level by sequencing 16S rRNA gene fragments.
301) the manganese superoxide dismutase (SOD2) gene is a risk factor for primary angle cl
302) In humans, this gene is located on chromosome 4 with 12 ex
303) The results showed that the 12S rRNA gene is more variable than CO1.
304) inding suggests that the embryonic STAT5A gene is primarily activated by maternal ge
305) 0 and increased H3K27me3, contributing to gene silencing in bladder cancer cells.
306) ges such as microRNAs (miRs)/Ago2-induced gene silencing represent complex molecular
307) ional machinery and resulting in a robust gene silencing.
308) cations involved in DNA methylation-based gene silencing.
309) e contribution of functional SNPs in CD44 gene to AML susceptibility in eastern Chin
310) lySia as well as variation in the ST8SIA2 gene to neuropsychiatric disorders, includ
311) endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS) gene to produce NO.
312) y using partial mitochondrial 16 S rRNA gene, to estimate the order of inter- and
313) ted by typical ATN codons, except for CO1 gene which is started by CAG codon.
314) ed by typical ATN codons, except for cox1 gene which is started by CGA codon.
315) pical ATN codon with the exception of COI gene which uses CGA as its initial codon;
316) NOP2/Sun domain family, member 7 (Nsun7) gene, which encodes putative methyltransfe
317) Gene alterations in known BBS (22) and oth
318) ved an extremely high frequency of PIK3CA gene alterations (mutations, copy gains, o
319) However, the significance of PIK3CA gene alterations with respect to clinicopa
320) sequencing results obtained from the nad1 gene as a mitochondrial marker for the fir
321) We confirmed that short fragment of cyt-b gene as a universal DNA barcode region.
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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 ---