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genetic

adjective atavistic, congenital, hereditary, ingrained, inherited, innate
See also: born, hereditary, innate, native
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The gene has also been appropriated to explain the personalities of those in business.
It is not obviously a gene for intelligence, but according to Ridley, "it is perhaps relevant that another study has found that people with high IQs are more efficient at using glucose in their brains.
Therefore, on average only 2% of the variability in a gene sequence is the result of amino acid substitutions.
The researchers produced bacteria containing bits of dsRNA engineered to match an individual planarian gene and then fed that interfering RNA to a batch of worms.
Finally, analysis of the putative OPmV P gene places the putative OPmV protein on a separate branch with slightly greater similarity to the P proteins of Hendra and Nipah virus (Figure 2C).
The Gene Express Standardized Expression Measurement (SEM) Service Center(tm) has been used successfully by investigators from multiple academic institutions and pharmaceutical companies worldwide.
While initial gene therapy failed, French scientists recently announced an improved gene treatment that has successfully reversed the disease.
Martin Cline, of the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) decided to try gene transfers to treat severe cases of thalassemia.
After the location of each susceptibility gene is identified, the role that each gene plays in the immunological and neurological aspects of multiple sclerosis will have to be determined.
Dennis Rossi, senior vice president and general manager, Genomics for Gene Logic, said, "Our goal is to provide a complete solutions portfolio that will help our customers efficiently discover and develop new drug targets and efficacious compounds.
When the researchers included cell type in the predictive model, the accuracy dropped to 75%, due in part to the temporal variability in gene expression in the basal-like cell lines.
11 Nature, suggest that Bartsia and Cuscuta each passed an atp1 gene to its Plantago host sometime during the past few million years.