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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The genotype frequency analysis also revealed a weak association between the NeuroD1 rs16867467 polymorphism and HD ( P = 0.025), especially with patients in the early-onset subgroup ( P = 0.015).
Results: The null genotype frequency of GSTM1 and GSTT1 in a group of adult ALL patients from Pakistan were 47% and 11% respectively.
Differences in categorical variables (central obesity and FTO genotype frequency) between sex and/or FTO genotype groups were analysed using chi-square tests.
In our data, the ACE DD and II genotype frequencies of soccer players were lower than general population (2.2% and 7.4%, respectively), but the ID genotype frequency of soccer players was 9.6% higher.
Patients with OSAS were divided according to BMI and were found to differ in genotype frequency under the co-dominant and dominant models.
The observed genotype frequency was used to calculate the expected frequency.
However, our results showed that there was no significant correlation (p>0.05) with the allele and genotype frequency distribution for the ACKR1 between HCV-infected patients and the control group.
Results: The CK-MM AG genotype frequency was significantly higher in professional and amateur karate athletes and control subjects (AG genotype: 52.4% vs.
Moreover, rs113481894 locus genotype frequency distributions all followed Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium (PHRS group=0.98, Pcontrol group=0.542), indicating that gene frequencies of this locus had reached genetic equilibrium and it was group-representative.
The ratio distributions of genotype frequency for all analyzed genes were in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium (P > 0.05).
The CC genotype frequency of rs4758680 of IL-31 was also relevance with DCM worse prognosis in Kaplan-Meier curve and Cox proportional hazard models.