Variations neither useful nor injurious would not be affected by natural selection, and would be left a fluctuating element, as perhaps we see in the species called polymorphic
Although DNA markers like AFLPs and microsatellites are preferred for genetic diversity study due to their informativeness, Randomly Amplified Polymorphic
DNA (RAPD) analysis has also been broadly employed to analyze the genetic diversity because it has a universal set of primers, no prior work such as probe isolation, or nucleotide sequencing is necessary (Hadrys et al., 1992).
Polyverse Corporation has begun providing free subscriptions to its polymorphic
version of Linux to open source projects.
To the Editor: Catecholaminergic polymorphic
ventricular tachycardia (CPVT) often occurs in children or adolescents without organic heart diseases.
Sequence analysis were revealed seven polymorphic
site (G1072A, T1081C, T1131G, T1143C, T1145G, T1151G and C1221T) and one monomorphic site (C1071T) in Anatolian water buffaloes.
The aim of this study was to investigate the association of the polymorphic
variation in CHRM2 gene (rs6962027) and CHRMS gene (rs7511970) in relation to early- and late-onset of Alzheimer's disease.
ventricular tachycardia is a rhythm disorder that develops in relation with genetic causes in the absence of structural heart disease.
I couldn't believe what had happened to me." Dr Emma Wedgeworth, a consultant dermatologist and British Skin Foundation spokesman, said: "We see a number of skin reactions which can be related to the sun, including polymorphic
To defeat signature-based detection, polymorphic
shellcode that contains a decryption routine and encrypted payload has been developed.
For a total of 416 polymorphic
loci showing Mendelian segregation were generated from 71 AFLP primer combinations.
in RAPD analyses, 35 out of 38 bands (92%) were polymorphic
. The different primers produce a number of amplifications ranging from 2 to 7, the size of the amplified fragments ranging from 100 to 1600 bp.
Random Amplified Polymorphic
DNAs (RAPDs) markers can be defined as DNA polymorphisms produced due to 'rearrangements or deletions at or between two close primer binding sites in the genome'(Welsh & McClelland, 1990, Williams, Kubelik, Livak, Rafalski, & Tingey, 1990).