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Keywords and Sections
HUMAN LEUKOCYTE ANTIGEN
MOLECULAR GENETIC MARKERS
COMMON GENETIC MARKERS
GENETIC DIVERSITY
DIABETES
ALLELES
STUDY
BIOCHEMICAL
GENETIC MARKERS
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Definitions

  1. Genetic markers are protein molecules found on the surfaces of cells. (Web site)

Human Leukocyte Antigen

  1. HLA (Human Leukocyte Antigen) - a form of serologic and molecular testing to identify 6 genetic markers on blood cells.

Molecular Genetic Markers

  1. All cetaceans are difficult to study and analyses of molecular genetic markers provide insight about a species movement patterns and social structure. (Web site)

Common Genetic Markers

  1. The findings of this study reveal many common genetic markers found among the Iranian people from the Tigris to the areas west of the Indus. (Web site)

Genetic Diversity

  1. Reduced genetic diversity in Polynesians has also been reported for many other genetic markers, indicating a Polynesian bottleneck.

Diabetes

  1. Genes Play a Role Many genetic markers for type 1 diabetes have been identified only recently. (Web site)
  2. Research has shown that some people who develop diabetes have common genetic markers. (Web site)

Alleles

  1. The genotype is a group of genetic markers that describes the particular forms or variations of genes (alleles) carried by an individual.
  2. Haplotype: the combination of genetic markers or alleles found along a region of a chromosome.

Study

  1. This study is one of the first reports of the detailed genetic analysis of ancient human remains using the three types of genetic markers. (Web site)
  2. The study found that the Azerbaijanis of Iran do not have a similar FSt and other genetic markers found in Anatolian and European Turks. (Web site)

Biochemical

  1. Analysis of the cost of population screening for haemochromatosis using biochemical and genetic markers. (Web site)

Genetic Markers

  1. Iron overload in kidney transplants: Prospective analysis of biochemical and genetic markers. (Web site)
  2. Preface. The development of genetic markers from fungal genome initiatives (D.A. Carteret al.). (Web site)

Categories

  1. Prospective Analysis
  2. Biochemical
  3. Hla
  4. Preface
  5. Alleles
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