wild type


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wild type

[′wīld ‚tīp]
(genetics)
The most prevalent allele or character in the wild organism.
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Test weight of the grain was affected by the bmr genes with the wild type and their bmr-12 near-isoline counterparts being equivalent and averaging 731 kg [m.
An additional mutant control was included for exons 10 and 14 to help distinguish sequence variations from wild type.
However, all heterozygotes are clearly differentiated from the homozygous wild type as required for SNP scanning.
Wells developing dark blue were scored as wild type, and wells developing various shades of magenta were scored as waxy.
1]), measured by the NMR method, did not differ from the brown wild type (191.
The fatty acid contents of greenhouse grown plants of the wild type, CPR-1, CPR-5, CPR-4, CLM-1, VS-320 [F.
Pre-clinical data presented at the meeting indicate that the lead compounds, in addition to inhibiting KDR, are also equally active against both mutant and wild type c-kit in cellular systems.
To detect a minimal amount of mutant in clinical samples, peptide nucleic acid (PNA) oligomes have been used to improve the allele-specific PCR by suppressing the amplification of the background wild type (18).
sub-nanomolar concentrations, against both wild type virus and also clinical NNRTI- resistant HIV-viruses.
Genomic DNA samples that were derived from individuals who were wild type, heterozygous, or homozygous mutant for factor V Leiden were obtained from the Coriell Cell Repository maintained by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences.
In the case of two tests (exon 7 and exon 10), the test setup included two different mutations, as well as the wild type being introduced in similarly blinded fashion.
RB94 is a modified version of the naturally occurring RB tumor suppressor gene, which laboratory data indicates has significantly enhanced anti-tumor activity compared to the wild type RB gene.