mitochondrial genome


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mitochondrial genome

[‚mīd·ə¦kän·drē·əl ′je‚nōm]
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The complete sequence of the mitochondrial genome of Daphnia pulex (Cladocera: Crustacea).
The reported mitochondrial genome sequence will facilitate conservation, population, management, and genetic epidemiology research in cervidae while also enabling conservation genomics in the endangered species of deer.
Tenders are invited for Whole Mitochondrial Genome Sequencing Of Mithun
Testing the Mitochondrial genome, which is transmitted exclusively through the female germ line, makes it possible to identify relatives," Rabbi Yosef Carmel, the Rabbinical Dean of the Eretz Hemdah Institute for Advanced Jewish Studies, told the Israeli newspaper Makor Rishon.
In the present study, we report the full sequence of I pig mitochondrial genome.
At a population level studies in a variety of organisms, partial or complete mitochondrial genome sequences have proved to be a useful marker and specifically in case of Plasmodium genus, mitochondrial genome is predominantly well-suited for studies.
There is some evidence to suggest that mitochondrial genome mutation is closely related to hypertension [sup][2] although it is different from the extensive study of nuclear gene effect on hypertension.
Maternal obesity has also been linked to alterations in mitochondrial structure and metabolic function that are subsequently transmitted to the unborn child by mitochondrial inheritance or as nuclear/ mitochondrial genome modifications.
If you want to use iPS cells in a human, you must check for mutations in the mitochondrial genome," said Taosheng Huang of Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
Maternally inherited mitochondrial genome represents high genetic diversity in modern horse population.

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