gene mapping


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gene′ map`ping


n.
the act or process of determining the precise location of a gene or genes on a particular chromosome.
[1975–80]
Translations
cartographie de gènes
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Caption: PROGRESS IN GENE MAPPING SINCE 2009 New DNA sequencing techniques have allowed more detailed maps of grape chromosomes.
Gene mapping of her whole family was planned, but she was lost to follow up.
As we enjoy longer lives there's a test we're all going to have to get used to: it'll tell you how likely you are to get dementia, without a blood sample or gene mapping.
The Dr B R Ambedkar Institute Rotary Cancer Hospital ( IRCH) at AIIMS recently did gene mapping of 75 to 80 patients with breast cancer to ascertain the recurrence of tumours and managed to start at least 30 per cent of the patients on oral medicines.
Gene mapping can be effectively used in premarital screening as well.
M2 PHARMA-December 3, 2013-UK govt launches GBP 10m competition for developing gene mapping technology
Inveterate prediction of QTLs with some confirmatory tests some time turned into exact gene mapping i.
The institute is also today working on the gene mapping of buffaloes.
Under the theme; "The Value of genetic mapping of Namibian species," Dr Naomab explained the principles of genetics, gene mapping, the value of mapping the genome of a species and the possibilities that arise from that, i.
Researchers rely on the instrument for eliminating PCR contamination, nicking ethidium-bromide-stained DNA in agarose gels, gene mapping, RecA mutation screening, UV sterilization and miscellaneous UV-dosage applications.
The predominant experimental strategy used by contemporary geneticists to identify the genetic factors involved in complex traits, such as behavioral responses to alcohol, essentially is an expansion of the gene mapping approach proposed by Botstein and colleagues (1980) over 30 years ago.
Now that the cost of mapping a person's full genetic profile has fallen, doctors are hoping that gene mapping may help to advance medical care in the near future.