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paternal

adjective ancestral, benevolent, benign, family, fatherlike, fatherly, kindly, parental, patrimonial, patrius, protective
See also: consanguineous

PATERNAL. That which belongs to the father or comes from him: as, paternal power, paternal relation, paternal estate, paternal line. Vide Line.

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It maps to chromosomal region 11p15.5, which contains two domains of imprinted genes: domain one contains genes such as Igf2, which is paternally expressed, and H19, which is maternally expressed; [7] the second or the KIP/LIT1 domain has at least six imprinted genes.
p57 is the gene product of the paternally imprinted, maternally expressed gene CDKN1C, a cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor located on chromosome 11p15.5.
This information was used to decide whether a determinative result was possible and to determine the optimal split of sample to test the paternally and maternally inherited mutations in compound heterozygous conditions, as well as the CIs of the result.
The absence of expression of the paternally derived genes in this region in PWS occurs mainly by three mechanisms.
The microdeletion of 11p15.4 that was found in our case is likely to be paternally derived, since the patient's half-sister had an inherited anemia (family history).
Molecular and clinical analysis of Japanese patients with persistent congenital hyperinsulinism: predominance of paternally inherited monoallelic mutations in the KATP channel genes.
The first claim is "a method for detecting a paternally inherited nucleic acid of fetal origin from a pregnant female comprising amplifying a paternally inherited nucleic acid and detecting the presence of a paternally inherited nucleic acid." Id.
nux also share paternally inherited zfy traits unique in this pair of forest species, while attaining their own distinct characteristics.
These ammonia-activated eggs lack a paternally derived centrosome (Paweletz and Mazia, 1979; Schatten et al., 1986).
[1] It is usually the result of a paternally transmitted deletion at chromosome 15-q11-q13.
And God laughed paternally at him, and this divine laughter filled his soul with eternal happiness.