mtDNA


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A wide variety of mutations in mtDNA have been observed in different types of cancer.
The FRS associated with the service member from the CXR and dental association matched with the mtDNA sequence shared by several skeletal elements recovered from Betio Island.
Five most common point mutations (A3243G, A8344G, T8993G, T8993C, and T10191C) in mtDNA were directly screened.
High levels of interferon type 1, the signal substance activated by the mtDNA webs, occur in several autoimmune diseases and several types of cancer.
The mtDNA T16189C polymorphism was detected in 24 (24%) of 100 subjects analyzed.
The oocyte level of ROS, TFAM gene expression, mtDNA copy number and mitochondrial enzymes activity in both groups were assessed and compared.
Data from single euploid embryo transfers with mtDNA analysis support the hypothesis that mtDNA copy number in the embryo is not a direct indicator of energetic capability, rather it is an index of energetic stress and thus it can potentially be used to predict the implantation capacity [5].
Cellular Senescence Is Associated with Differential Methylation of mtDNA CpG Islands.
143B [rho]0 human osteosarcoma cells lacking mtDNA were cultured in high-glucose Dulbecco's modified Eagle's medium (DMEM, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Waltham, MA, USA) containing 10% fetal bovine serum (Thermo Fisher Scientific), 100 fig/ ml pyruvate, and 50 [micro]g/ml uridine.
The mtDNA D- loop (control region) was used as a potential marker for addressing this question because of its unique properties, including its high copy number, high mutation rate, lack of recombination and maternal inheritance (Pakendorf and Stoneking 2005).