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The author describes the genetic linkage between today's Native Americans and Asians through DNA analysis, thereby tying Native Americans to Asia.
There was no significant genetic linkage disequilibrium, neither between the aforementioned loci nor between aforementioned loci and five previously published microsatellites for this species.
Introduction to the Mathematical Theory of Genetic Linkage.
Topics include: classical breeding and soybean genetics, molecular genetic linkage maps of soybeans, the draft soybean genome sequence, soybean comparative genomics and proteomics, the metabolomics approach in soybeans, and prospects for the future.
Genetic linkage maps of Eucalyptus granais and Eucalyptus urophylla using a pseudo-testcross: mapping strategy and RAPD markers.
Genetic linkage analysis showed significant linkage for Pb [chromosome 3, near SLC4A7 (solute carrier family 4, sodium bicarbonate cotransporter, member 7)] and suggestive linkage for Cd (chromosomes 2, 18, 20, and X), Hg (chromosome 5), Se (chromosomes 4 and 8), and Zn {chromosome 2, near SLC11A1 [solute carrier family 11 (proton-coupled divalent metal ion transporters)]}.
The team, led by plant geneticist Ray Schnell, has since produced genetic linkage maps from cacao populations segregating for resistance to frosty pod, black pod, and witches' broom as well as other horticultural traits.
The optimal strategy for reducing the risk of this important cancer in carriers of both BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations will emerge from future prospective studies stratified according to genetic linkage to one or the other of these related, but distinct, cancer susceptibility syndromes.
As these two examples are meant to suggest, the discovery of a genetic linkage raises the specter of a disease model that could have unpleasant political implications.
This paper follows up on an exciting area of dermatology--exploring dermatoses with a clear genetic linkage.
Recent genetic linkage studies have mapped the culprit gene to chromosome 9q22.
COGA researchers used several approaches to determine the influence of genetic factors on the development of alcohol dependence and/or habitual smoking, including family studies, genetic linkage analyses, and candidate gene association studies.