Firstly, the Mendelian
line-cross (Mend) model was chosen as a base model, in which one QTL single-trait model was fitted at each 1 cM position (Haley et al.
242), Garrod's studies on alkaptonuna, published in 1902, state clearly the hypothesis that alkaptonuria is inherited as a Mendelian
Disruption of key regulatory mechanisms underlies many blood-related Mendelian
diseases but also contributes to more common disorders, including atherosclerosis.
Any test performed on a blood or saliva specimen could, in theory, be offered directly to consumers, and many such tests have already been well validated, including those for diagnosing classical Mendelian
disorders such as sickle-cell anemia and cystic fibrosis.
Other topics include orthology and functional conservation in eukaryotes, mammalian meiotic recombination hot spots, epigenetic control of centromere behavior, Mendelian
genetics of apomixis in plants, and immunoglobulin somatic hypermutatoin.
Chapter topics include a history of molecular medicine, DNA, RNA, genes, and chromosomes; Mendelian
genetic traits; complex genetic traits; genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics; genetic and cellular therapies; reproduction and development; infectious diseases; forensic medicine and science; and ethical, legal, and social issues.
inconsistencies suggest that within the data set, the genotyping error rate was just 0.
1987 and 1989) have reported Mendelian
inheritance of the bar gene on the basis of the segregation pattern observed in the progeny of primary transgenic regenerants.
After confirming that the RAPD markers analyzed are simple Mendelian
traits, Cruzan and Arnold (1993, 1994) found significant cytonuclear disequilibria in a hybrid zone of irises.
Using not only scientific but also political and ideological arguments, Lysenko achieved an official ban on Soviet Mendelian
They are also a unique study system where a derived social form evolved higher cooperation, and this polymorphism is a Mendelian
trait with a known genetic basis.
randomization study builds upon the investigators' prior work linking genetically increased circulating triglyceride concentrations (a marker of remnant lipoproteins) with higher risk of ischemic heart disease (2).