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genetic

adjective atavistic, congenital, hereditary, ingrained, inherited, innate
See also: born, hereditary, innate, native
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Analyses of the ND1 gene in dolphinfish revealed genetic homogeneity around Puerto Rico and shallow genetic heterogeneity across the western central Atlantic but failed to identify regional genetic differences among the southeastern United States, northeastern Caribbean Sea, eastern Caribbean Sea, and central North Atlantic.
The results revealed genetic heterogeneity among metastasis-initiating cells, as well as distinct driver mutations in these cells that were not detected in the primary tumors (33).
Genetic heterogeneity, detected by PCRSSCP, among samples of larval Pacific oysters (Crassostrea gigas) supports the hypothesis of large variance in reproductive success.
Thus, in most early genetics studies, the OMB racial/ethnic categories were used as a proxy for human genetic heterogeneity (i.
Genetic heterogeneity in HER2 testing in breast cancer: panel summary and guidelines.
Genetic heterogeneity for this disorder has been established because one Swedish and one Norwegian family have been described who met diagnostic criteria for PLOSL criteria but do not have a DPA12 mutation.
The distribution of microsatellite markers in each of these breeds helped us to decipher genetic heterogeneity, population genetic structure and evolutionary relationships of the present day chicken populations in India.
s], as well as other considerations, such as genetic heterogeneity.
The understanding of the genetic heterogeneity of this syndrome is very important for the process of genetic counselling of families (5).
The underlying basis for this heterogeneous response within a population is the genetic heterogeneity with respect to key drug-metabolising enzymes.
Of course, nothing is simple in genetics, and genetic heterogeneity complicates inheritance for some types of ED.