intragenic


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intragenic

(ˌɪntrəˈdʒɛnɪk)
adj
(Genetics) occurring within a gene
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These mutations include mis-sense, splice site, non-sense, insertions and small deletions and one large intragenic deletion (1,3,4,5, 8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22).
In addition to the relative quantization of SMN genes, our method can be used to screen intragenic subtle variants in those patients with SMN1 heterozygous deletion.
Classification of influenza viruses is based on the antigenic differences in the nucleoprotein and matrix protein and supported by intergenic homologies of 20%-30% and intragenic homologies >85% (3).
FH samples are often characterized by multiple point mutations in LDLR as well as intragenic CNVs in 10 percent of cases.
In addition to many SNPs in genes such as CTLA4, PD1 and ERAP1, recent studies have shown that there is a strong association between few intragenic SNPs and AS in different populations.
Intragenic linkage disequilibrium structure of the human perilipin gene (PLIN) and haplotype association with increased obesity risk in a multiethnic Asian population.
Considering that intragenic allele interactions might exist in genes [24], the associations between combinations of genotypes and wool traits in CMXT were also analyzed (Table 4).
Identification of point mutations and large intragenic deletions in Fanconi anaemia using next generation sequencing technology.
Importantly, deep ribosomal RNA-depleted RNA-seq (Figure 6D) in primary monocytes of smokers revealed bidirectional transcription of noncoding eRNA emanating from the AHRR intragenic DMR--a poised region in nonsmoker monocytes that becomes activated in monocyte-derived macrophages (Figure 6B) (Saeed et al.