genotype frequency


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genotype frequency

[′jēn·ə‚tīp ‚frē·kwən·sē]
(genetics)
The proportion or frequency of any particular genotype among the individuals of a population.
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Table 1: Genotype frequency distributions in patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) and healthy controls Genotype AIS (n=198) Controls (n=120) P-Value -597 G [right arrow] A GG 197 119 GA 1 1 AA 0 0 -572 G [right arrow] C GG 130 67 0.
Apolipoprotein E genotype frequency according to severity and extent scores Apolipoprotein n % Extent Severity E genotypes E2/E3 4 7.
The large number of samples for each ethnic group will allow our customers to detect small differences in genotype frequency with nearly 100% confidence levels," explained Bob Ellis, president of Genometrix.
According to a preliminary analysis of the genotype frequency of the eight SNPs in the exon of the THRSP gene, there were only two polymorphic loci in Korean cattle.
The Hardy-Weinberg equation was used to calculate the estimated genotype frequency and experienced genotype frequency.
Hepatitis C virus genotype frequency in Isfahan province of Iran: a descriptive cross-sectional study.
Statistical analysis: The allelic distribution and genotype frequency in cases and controls were compared using chi square test after checking the Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium.
The frequencies of allele and genotype of the variation sites SNPs Position Breeds (n) Genotype frequency (n) GG GT POMC Intron1 Ira (89) 0.
We used data from a cohort study in a proof-of-principle analysis of the following: LDLc concentration as the clinical scenario; statin prescribing as the therapeutic decision; APOE genotype frequency ratios as the tool to assess the mean treatment threshold used in a population; and geographical, social, and diseasestatus groups as exemplary strata within which to apply the proposed GRTI.