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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.
322) nd study to apply using of a cytochrome b gene as barcoding tool in distinguishing a
323) The largest conserved gene block in N.
324) ia: Balanidae), an inversion of one large gene block is identified (including three
325) le mitogenomes reveals inversion of a six-gene block (trnP-nd4L-nd4-trnH-nd5-trnF) b
326) C677T polymorphism (genotype TT) of MTHFR gene can be regarded as a genetic indicato
327) nsversion mutation in exon 7 of the Nsun7 gene can be used as an infertility marker
328) noviral transfection of the human insulin gene can be used for the construction of t
329) bits for the first time, and compared its gene contents and genome organizations wit
330) The gene contents of the mitogenome are identi
331) The gene contents of the mitogenome are identi
332) Apolipoprotein E (ApoE) gene polymorphisms are thought to be the m
333) We evaluated the influence of the gene polymorphisms of CETP TaqIB (B1, B2)
334) Besides, the gene polymorphisms of several cytokines su
335) ethritis, which was confirmed by 16S rRNA gene sequencing analysis.
336) tected by Nucleic Acid Amplification/ompA gene sequencing.
337) as Lysinibacillus sphaericus by 16S rRNA gene sequencing.
338) Gene transcription is a stochastic process
339) found that Pb(2+) induces gastrin hormone gene transcription and translation in a ti
340) protein 1 (AP1) was necessary for gastrin gene transcription in cells exposed to Pb(
341) Gene analysis of the CD40L gene revealed G
342) ells provide a powerful system for single gene analysis.
343) examined memory deficit that may occur in gene carriers for HD prior to phenoconvers
344) e Huntington's disease (HD), pre-manifest gene carriers for HD, and demographically
345) nucleotide composition; and (3) The tRNA gene cluster "NGV" locating upstream of th
346) characterization of the OPS structure and gene cluster of Y.
347) Two degradative gene clusters (antABC and catBCA) were det
348) le similarity for all four paralogous HOX gene clusters and several unlinked HOX gen
349) Its gene content and order are typical of lepi
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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 ---