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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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MMP-9 genotype distribution: The G/G, G/C and C/C genotype frequencies of MMP-9 differed significantly in the two groups (Pless than 0.05).
Although no significant differences were observed in the distribution of genotype frequencies between patients and controls, multiple logistic regressions showed correlations between HP genotypes in different age groups and cardiac manifestations (indeterminate, mild, and severe forms of trypanosomiasis).
The authors have reported the frequencies to be 55.90 and 4.90 per cent for XRCC1 codon 194 homozygous wild and homozygous variant respectively and for codon 399, 52.5 per cent homozygous wild and 7.1 per cent homozygous variant genotype frequencies were reported.
However, there were also differences in ADD allele and genotype frequencies between the low-and high-renin groups (P = 0.
No significant difference was found on IL12 alleles and genotype frequencies between the patients and the controls (Table 1).
Dopamine D3 receptor rs6280 genotype frequencies achieved HWE in both the TS patient group ( P = 0.805) and parents group ( P = 0.727), as shown by the ?
Statistical analysis: The Chi-square test whether the distribution of the genotype frequencies was in the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium was carried out by PopGene Version 1.32 (Yeh et al.
The alllele and genotype frequencies for the SNPs in the TBC1D21 gene SNP Allele frequency SNP01 0.2(G) 0.8(A) g.13,050A > G SNP04 0.16(T) 0.84(A) g.11,496A > T (c.829A > T(S277C)) SNP Genotype frequency SNP01 0.09(GG) 0.21(GA) 0.7(AA) g.13,050A > G SNP04 0.05(TT) 0.22(TA) 0.73(AA) g.11,496A > T (c.829A > T(S277C)) Table 4.
The allele and genotype frequencies in patient and control groups are described in Table II.
The genotype frequencies for MTHFR and MTHFD1 in the 3 groups are shown in Table 1.
The following data were obtained for three collections at both Tucson and Bear Creek Canyon localities: genotype frequencies for both females and males; frequencies of all breeding combinations; estimates of the frequency of multiple mating involving both SR and ST males; and estimates of fecundities of all breeding combinations under laboratory conditions.