haplotype

(redirected from Haplotypes)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical.

haplotype

[′hap·lə‚tīp]
(genetics)
A set of alleles of closely linked loci on a chromosome that tend to be inherited together; commonly used in reference to the linked genes of the major histocompatibility complex.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The comparison of luciferase activities according to PTGS2 haplotypes was performed with the GraphPad Prism 5.
Our technology, with its unique ability to resolve and haplotype genomic information, is well suited for developing NIPT applications.
Other native haplotypes that we detected included A37 (n = 3), A-43 (n = 2), and A-82 (n = 1; Table 1).
SL1 was the only sublineage not originating from the basal haplotype but directly from the earliest NS-405.
Haplotypes were identified and assigned by collapsing the sequences using the computer software TCS v1.
Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots share between them many more Y-chromosome haplotypes, both in relative and absolute terms, than with any other surrounding population," the study said.
Among them, multiple haplotypes were observed for each gene in each organism.
DISCUSSION--We found fewer haplotypes (six haplotypes in 98 sequences) than most other studies of fairy shrimp variation.
By genotyping genomic DNA of trios, including the father, mother and an affected proband in the family, SNPs linked with mutation sites could be identified and thus haplotypes could be deduced (14).
Based on the eight MCIR haplotypes recovered during this study, 36 expected haplotype combinations were constructed.