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wild type

[′wīld ‚tīp]
(genetics)
The most prevalent allele or character in the wild organism.
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Previous research by the team had shown that transplanting wildtype or normal mouse HSPCs resulted in long-term kidney, eye and thyroid preservation in a mouse model of cystinosis, another genetic disorder.
ILC2s in obese db/db but not lean wildtype mice (Figure 4B,C; see also Figures S3 and S4), consistent with the observed changes in BAL IL-5 and IL-13 (Figure 2A,B).
VEEV TC-83 was the top hit based on LAST alignment versus virus RefSeq genome sequences; wildtype VEEV placed second (Table).
To conclude, the in-silico analysis indicate that mutations of one or two amino acids in loop 2 of Domain II cannot impart any remarkable difference in insect specificity and toxicity spectrum for both lepidopteran and dipteran insect species as compare to wildtype.
Thus, to prevent herpes relapsing to its wildtype form, HSV-1 is often modified to have a double knockout.
However, in our study, we found that Nrf2 and EGFR were activated in A549 cells expressing wildtype EGFR and lacking a functional Keap1 gene (i.
In addition, we compared the signaling events that are measured in wildtype to PDE4 isoform specific KO cells to determine the role of each PDE4 isoform in regulating localized cAMP signals in cells.
There are six phenotypic classes of pollen tube, five of them mutagen namely, balloon, wavy, branch, swollen, thin and only one is normal namely wildtype [43].