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Results: We sequenced 95 cases and detected a total of 67 single nucleotide variants (SNVs) with a call rate >90%.
In service, the SCOUT Reconnaissance variant will provide best-in-class protection and survivability, reliability and mobility and all-weather Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition and Recognition (ISTAR) capabilities.
The new variant will reportedly go on sale this month and will be priced from INR2,000,000.
The Exynos 5433 octa-core processor variant comes with two quad-core chips (Cortex A57 and Cortex A53), both delivering a clocking speed of 1.
When large population exome data became available, this issue was further evaluated both at the gene and variant levels.
There are multiple reasons to diagnose Hb variant or thalassemia carriers: 1) to avoid improper treatment of (3-thalassemia carriers with iron treatment; 2) to prevent possible complications during anesthesia or heavy physical stress in healthy undiagnosed HbS carriers; 3) to allow genetic counseling for couples at risk; (3) 4) in a case of diabetes monitoring, to exclude possible Hb variant interference on HbAlc values.
Niina Sandholm from Helsinki University Central Hospital and Folkhalsan Research Center, in Finland designed a study to detect genetic variants that might predispose diabetic women to kidney failure and identified a genetic variant on chromosome 2 that was linked with kidney failure in women with type 1 diabetes but not in men.
Variant is currently negotiating the purchase of five other hotels in the state of Arizona.
Cash Doye, Capital Markets Director for Variant, called the purchase, "an exciting value-add opportunity that provides us the ability to take advantage of historically low interest rates and leverage our distressed expertise to generate attractive returns for our investors.
In almost all those cases, the culprit was a rare variant.
Ingenuity Variant Analysis offers a unique combination of filtering, analytics, and richly annotated content that allows researchers to identify and prioritize variants by drilling down to a small, targeted subset of compelling variants based both upon published biological evidence and the researcher's own knowledge of disease biology.
We use the term 'variant' to include both dialects and songs that do not meet the strict definition of a dialect because their distribution either substantially overlapped the geographic range of another variant or transitional songs changed rapidly in structure across a narrow zone between two variants.