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A multiple of the basic number of chromosomes in a cell.

[From diploidy and haploidy.]


(ˈplɔɪ di)

the number of chromosome sets in the nucleus of a cell.
[1935–40; see -ploid, -y3]
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A copy of a medical report from the Delhi hospital confirmed that Castro needed an "urgent Haplo identical donor transplantation" and that his mother would be the donor for the transplant.
Because the genotype data were unphased, we estimated expected haplotypes and their frequencies using the haplo.
Ayrshire schoolgirl Vanessa Riddle was given the all-clear from cancer after having the Haplo stem cell treatment at the hospital, near Stuttgart.
Now their only hope is the specialist Haplo stem cell transplant at the world–renowned Children's Hospital in Tubingen, near Stuttgart, Germany.
A pairwise allelic linkage disequilibrium (LD) test for each adjacent pair of SNPs within each gene was performed, and for those SNPs in significant LD with each other (using the normalized D' measure), haplotypes were constructed using the R haplo.