intragenic


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intragenic

[¦in·trə¦jen·ik]
(cell and molecular biology)
Within a gene, in referring to certain events.
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Insulin alters the intragenic pausing of c-myc transcription.
The genomic sequence variants identified for association with growth or growth-related traits of Korean cattle might include intragenic SNPs of the genes encoding dishevelled segment polarity protein 1 for eye muscle area (Kim et al.
5] The early testing protocol involved tracking the inheritance of the putative X chromosome using intragenic linkage markers and later included the deletion hotspot screen with multiplex polymerase chain reaction (mPCR), based on the work published by Chamberlain et al.
Each of these breakpoints is intragenic and located >30 kbp from the nearest gene.
Detection limit of intragenic deletions with targeted array comparative genomic hybridization.
A new area of research has been the contrast between intragenic and transgenic goods.
It is well known that reovirus genomes are prone to various types of genome alterations, including intragenic rearrangement and reassortment under laboratory and natural conditions (7,8).
PvMSP3[alpha] exhibits high polymorphism because of intragenic recombinations and further maintained by balancing selection whereas polymorphism in PvMSP3[beta] sequences from across the globe is seen due to large insertions and deletions in the central alanine-rich region (4), (6-7).
Lung cancer: intragenic ERBB2 kinase mutations in tumours.
Conserved role of intragenic DNA methylation in regulating alternative promoters.
Intragenic linkage disequilibrium structure of the human perilipin gene (PLIN) and haplotype association with increased obesity risk in a multiethnic Asian population.