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genetic

adjective atavistic, congenital, hereditary, ingrained, inherited, innate
See also: born, hereditary, innate, native
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The scientists focused on two genetic markers on the Y chromosome.
Mature red blood cells have no DNA-containing nuclei, making it impossible for the investigators to detect the genetic marker used to label the neural stem cells and their progeny.
The study identified novel genetic markers in two genes: VAMP8, which is involved in platelet aggregation; and HNRPUL1, which encodes a ribonuclear protein.
Our findings support that the KRAS-variant is an new genetic marker of ovarian cancer risk," she added.
However, advances in genome analysis (including the development of comprehensive sets of informative genetic markers, improved physical mapping methods, and novel techniques for transcript identification) have reduced the obstacles to discovery of novel host resistance genes.
Marrone says that a more useful genetic marker for CBD would appear in virtually all workers who develop the disease and in as few people who do not as possible.
The traditional approach featured geneticists performing linkage analysis studies that examined the relationships between inheritance and genetic markers in families affected by the disease.
The genetic marker we've identified deals with progression.
This study focused primarily on Caucasian men, so I do hope that research will be done soon on the effectiveness of the genetic marker urine test in this high-risk segment.
intends to donate a single Simple Sequence Repeat (SSR) genetic marker to the United Soybean Board's Technology Utilization Center to build upon the group's ongoing work on the Better Bean Initiative program.
ISLAMABAD -- Gear up for some physical exercise sessions as the risk of breast cancer may go up by 210 percent in obese and overweight women with a certain genetic marker, said a study, LiveScience reported.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Women who have a certain genetic marker may be at increased risk for breast cancer, especially if they are overweight or obese, a new study suggested.