gene frequency


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gene frequency

[′jēn ‚frē·kwən·sē]
(genetics)
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Gene frequency clines produced by kin-structured founder effects.
In flock B, only the wild genotype was observed, so wild gene (A) gene frequency is 100%.
HiberGen provides a proprietary SNaPIT platform for high throughput SNP analysis, a patient DNA sample collection specific to the Irish population and a disease gene frequency database for applications in gene profiling and pharmacogenomics.
The volume contains over 500 pages of text and tables, and several hundred gene frequency maps, and has the feel and authority of a bible.
Gene frequency distribution of the BoLA-DRB3 locus in Saavedreno Creole dairy cattle.
We computed correlation coefficients to show the conserved relationship of imprinted gene frequency in human, mouse, and cattle.