The analysis of Short Tandem Repeat polymorphisms is widely used as a method for human identification. There is a demand to combine several STR loci with high discrimination power for multiplex...
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Networks of STR haplotypes based on penta- and hexanucleotide STRs, with and without SNPs.Median joining networks of Y chromosome STR haplotypes with balanced s
Eukaryotic chromosome fine structure refers to the structure of sequences for eukaryotic chromosomes. Some fine sequences are included in more than one class, so the classification listed is not intended to be completely separate. Some sequences are required for a properly functioning chromosome: Centromere: Used during cell division as the attachment point for the spindle fibers. Telomere: Used to maintain chromosomal integrity by capping off the ends of the linear chromosomes. This region is a microsatellite, but its function is more specific than a simple tandem repeat. Throughout the eukaryotic kingdom, the overall structure of chromosome ends is conserved and is characterized by the telomeric tract - a series of short G-rich repeats. This is succeeded by an extensive subtelomeric region consisting of various types and lengths of repeats - the telomere associated sequences (TAS). These regions are generally low in gene density, low in transcription, low in recombination, late replicating, ...
Analysis of genomes shows that many gene copies are found lying next to each other, linked head to tail in an arrangement called a "tandem repeat." This may occur because of errors of the normal recombination machinery that is responsible for DNA repair and crossing over during meiosis. Tandem repeats are susceptible to amplification, which is the further increase in the number of copies. This can occur during crossing over. Normal crossing over pairs up identical segments on homologous chromosomes, and then exchanges them. If the chromosomes each have a tandem repeat, the crossover machinery may line up incorrectly, leaving one homologue with three gene copies and one with only one. Repeating this process over ensuing generations can lead to dozens of extra gene copies.. Duplication of much larger portions of a genome is also possible, including whole chromosomes (called chromosomal aberrations) and even the entire genome (called polyploidy). In each case, the number of copies of a gene ...
De novo repeat identification is an initial scan of sequence data that seeks to find the repetitive regions of the genome, and to classify these repeats. Many computer programs exist to perform de novo repeat identification, all operating under the same general principles.[50] As short tandem repeats are generally 1-6 base pairs in length and are often consecutive, their identification is relatively simple.[51] Dispersed repetitive elements, on the other hand, are more challenging to identify, due to the fact that they are longer and have often acquired mutations. However, it is important to identify these repeats as they are often found to be transposable elements (TEs).[50]. De novo identification of transposons involves three steps: 1) find all repeats within the genome, 2) build a consensus of each family of sequences, and 3) classify these repeats. There are three groups of algorithms for the first step. One group is referred to as the k-mer approach, where a k-mer is a sequence of length ...
... Detection of STR polymorphisms After STR polymorphisms have been amplified using PCR, the length of the products must be measured precisely - some STR ...
Short tandem repeats are among the most polymorphic loci in the human genome. These loci play a role in the etiology of a range of genetic diseases and have been frequently utilized in forensics, population genetics, and ...
Variable nucleotide tandem repeats (VNTRs) are repeating sequences of multi-base segments of DNA. If the repeat is equal to or less than 6 bases, NTRs are named microsatellites, also known as short tandem repeats (STRs). One common example of a micr
The present invention is directed to materials and methods for the identification and analysis of intermediate tandem repeat sequences in DNA, wherein an intermediate tandem repeat (ITR) sequence is a region of a DNA sequence containing at least one five to seven base repeat unit appearing in tandem at least two times. DNA markers to highly polymorphic ITR loci in the human genome are identified and analyzed, using particularly preferred embodiments of the materials and methods of the present invention.
SDK2 Full-Length MS Protein Standard (NP_001138424), Labeled with [U- 13C6, 15N4]-L-Arginine and [U- 13C6, 15N2]-L-Lysine, was produced in human 293 cells (HEK293) with fully chemically defined cell culture medium to obtain incorporation efficiency at Creative-Proteomics. The protein encoded by this gene is a member of the immunoglobulin superfamily. The protein contains two immunoglobulin domains and thirteen fibronectin type III domains. Fibronectin type III domains are present in both extracellular and intracellular proteins and tandem repeats are known to contain binding sites for DNA, heparin and the cell surface. This protein, and a homologous mouse sequence, are very similar to the Drosophila sidekick gene product but the specific function of this superfamily member is not yet known. Evidence for alternative splicing at this gene locus has been observed but the full-length nature of additional variants has not yet been determined.
Forensic Sci Int. 2002 Jan 24;125(1):86-9. Related Articles, Links Y-chromosome STR haplotypes in a southwest Spain population sample. Gamero JJ, Romero JL, Gonzalez JL, Carvalho M, Anjos MJ, Real FC, Vide MC. Department of Legal Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Cadiz, Fragela s/n, Cadiz 11003, Spain. [email protected] The Y-chromosome polymorphism of eight STRs (DYS19, DYS389I, DYS389II, DYS390, DYS391, DYS392; DYS393, DYS385) were studied in 111 unrelated
Type 1 diabetes results from the autoimmune destruction of the insulin-producing pancreatic β-cells. In addition to a major susceptibility locus in the HLA region, termed IDDM1, genetic predisposition to this disease is conferred by a locus on chromosome 11, designated IDDM2 (1). The genetic risk at IDDM2 has been attributed to the INS minisatellite (2-6), which is composed of a variable number of tandem repeat sequences. However, reanalysis of allelic association data in type 1 diabetes did not rule out intragenic variants, including a single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) −23HphI (7), which is located in position −6 relative to the 3′ splice site of intron 1 (IVS1-6A/T). This SNP has been used as a surrogate marker for INS genotyping in a large number of studies to infer minisatellite haplotypes (class I/III) in disease susceptibility (2,3,6 and refs. therein). IVS1-6A/T is located in the polypyrimidine tract (PPT), a splicing signal of central importance for vertebrate 3′ splice site ...
Our definition of STR identify short, possibly imperfect tandem repeats as short as 9 bp with the motif repeated at least 3 times; it takes both known genetic variation and rare pattern deviations into account. As there is no consensus in the literature about cut-off values for identification of STRs [20], we chose cut-off values of 3 repeats and 9 bp minimum length. Interestingly, two other studies point to these cut-off values as reasonable: Ref [21] identifies orthologous, alignable STRs in the human and chimpanzee reference genomes and estimate that polymerase slippage is negligible below 10 bp. Ref [22] compiles a microsatellite data set with perfect repeats from the reference genome and estimates that polymerase slippage mutations do rarely occur unless the STR length is ,8-9 bp and the number of repeats ,3. Both studies use only the reference genome(s) and mathematical models to estimate the slippage threshold.. We have used a specialized algorithm to detect STRs, but other tandem repeats ...
BACKGROUND: Tandem repeat variation in protein-coding regions will alter protein length and may introduce frameshifts. Tandem repeat variants are associated with variation in pathogenicity in bacteria and with human disease. We characterized tandem repeat polymorphism in human proteins, using the UniGene database, and tested whether these were associated with host defense roles.. RESULTS: Protein-coding tandem repeat copy-number polymorphisms were detected in 249 tandem repeats found in 218 UniGene clusters; observed length differences ranged from 2 to 144 nucleotides, with unit copy lengths ranging from 2 to 57. This corresponded to 1.59% (218/13,749) of proteins investigated carrying detectable polymorphisms in the copy-number of protein-coding tandem repeats. We found no evidence that tandem repeat copy-number polymorphism was significantly elevated in defense-response proteins (p = 0.882). An association with the Gene Ontology term protein-binding remained significant after covariate ...
Chimerism is defined as the presence in a subject of more than one stable and genetically distinct cell line; cases reported so far include both patients with ambiguous genitalia and healthy subjects. The biological mechanisms, which may give origin to chimeras, are complex, and can be understood by analyzing DNA samples of the patients and their parents using molecular techniques. The objective of this study is to identify the mechanism of origin for the 2 cases we report. The first patient is a phenotipically normal girl with normal (external and internal) genitalia; the second patient had ambiguous genitalia and underwent surgery. DNA was purified from blood samples and, limited to Patient 1, from a sample of biliary cyst. Short tandem repeat polymorphisms were analyzed in order to identify the relative parental contribution to the patients. Molecular analyses carried out on the first patient are not fully informative because of two possible explanations (|i|i.e. |/i|parthenogenetic and andrognetic
A variety of simple di- (DINUCLEOTIDE REPEATS), tri- (TRINUCLEOTIDE REPEATS), tetra-, and pentanucleotide tandem repeats (usually less than 100 bases long). Tandem repeats ...
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The MUC1 tumor associated antigen is highly expressed on a range of tumors. Its broad distribution on primary tumors and metastases renders it an attractive target for immunotherapy. After synthesis MUC1 is cleaved, yielding a large soluble extracellular alpha subunit containing the tandem repeats array (TRA) domain specifically bound, via non-covalent interaction, to a smaller beta subunit containing the transmembrane and cytoplasmic domains. Thus far, inconclusive efficacy has been reported for anti-MUC1 antibodies directed against the soluble alpha subunit. Targeting the cell bound beta subunit, may bypass limitations posed by circulating TRA domains. MUC1s signal peptide (SP) domain promiscuously binds multiple MHC class II and Class I alleles, which upon vaccination, generated robust T-cell immunity against MUC1-positive tumors. This is a first demonstration of non-MHC associated, MUC1 specific, cell surfaces presence for MUC1 SP domain. Polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies generated ...
When talking about two or more Y-chromosome STR (short tandem repeat) haplotypes, genetic distance is the total number of differences or mutations between two sets of results. In general, it is found by summing the differences between each STR marker.. For example, kit B291 and B125 have allele values of 29 and 28 respectively at DYS389II. This is a difference of 1 (29-28= 1). Because this is the only difference in their Y-DNA12 profiles (haplotypes), their genetic distance is 1.. ...
dbSNP determines the genomic locations of SNPs by aligning their flanking sequences to the genome. UCSC displays SNPs in the locations determined by dbSNP, but does not have access to the alignments on which dbSNP based its mappings. Instead, UCSC re-aligns the flanking sequences to the neighboring genomic sequence for display on SNP details pages. While the recomputed alignments may differ from dbSNPs alignments, they often are informative when UCSC has annotated an unusual condition. Non-repetitive genomic sequence is shown in upper case like the flanking sequence, and a , indicates each match between genomic and flanking bases. Repetitive genomic sequence (annotated by RepeatMasker and/or the Tandem Repeats Finder with period ,= 12) is shown in lower case, and matching bases are indicated by a +. ...
dbSNP determines the genomic locations of SNPs by aligning their flanking sequences to the genome. UCSC displays SNPs in the locations determined by dbSNP, but does not have access to the alignments on which dbSNP based its mappings. Instead, UCSC re-aligns the flanking sequences to the neighboring genomic sequence for display on SNP details pages. While the recomputed alignments may differ from dbSNPs alignments, they often are informative when UCSC has annotated an unusual condition. Non-repetitive genomic sequence is shown in upper case like the flanking sequence, and a , indicates each match between genomic and flanking bases. Repetitive genomic sequence (annotated by RepeatMasker and/or the Tandem Repeats Finder with period ,= 12) is shown in lower case, and matching bases are indicated by a +. ...
dbSNP determines the genomic locations of SNPs by aligning their flanking sequences to the genome. UCSC displays SNPs in the locations determined by dbSNP, but does not have access to the alignments on which dbSNP based its mappings. Instead, UCSC re-aligns the flanking sequences to the neighboring genomic sequence for display on SNP details pages. While the recomputed alignments may differ from dbSNPs alignments, they often are informative when UCSC has annotated an unusual condition. Non-repetitive genomic sequence is shown in upper case like the flanking sequence, and a , indicates each match between genomic and flanking bases. Repetitive genomic sequence (annotated by RepeatMasker and/or the Tandem Repeats Finder with period ,= 12) is shown in lower case, and matching bases are indicated by a +. ...
dbSNP determines the genomic locations of SNPs by aligning their flanking sequences to the genome. UCSC displays SNPs in the locations determined by dbSNP, but does not have access to the alignments on which dbSNP based its mappings. Instead, UCSC re-aligns the flanking sequences to the neighboring genomic sequence for display on SNP details pages. While the recomputed alignments may differ from dbSNPs alignments, they often are informative when UCSC has annotated an unusual condition. Non-repetitive genomic sequence is shown in upper case like the flanking sequence, and a , indicates each match between genomic and flanking bases. Repetitive genomic sequence (annotated by RepeatMasker and/or the Tandem Repeats Finder with period ,= 12) is shown in lower case, and matching bases are indicated by a +. ...
One of the questions I receive rather regularly is about the difference between STRs and SNPs. Generally, what people really want to understand is the difference between the products, and a basic answer is really all they want. I explain that an STR or Short Tandem Repeat is a different kind of a mutation than…
This database allows retrieval of precomputed tandem repeats from the selected genome. It also allows to easily design primers for amplification of a DNA fragment containing the tandem repeat. The primers may be used for PCR simulation with a specific genome or with all genomes within the selected genera ...
This database allows retrieval of precomputed tandem repeats from the selected genome. It also allows to easily design primers for amplification of a DNA fragment containing the tandem repeat. The primers may be used for PCR simulation with a specific genome or with all genomes within the selected genera ...
Mutation rates at two expanded simple tandem repeat loci were studied in the germ line of first- and second-generation offspring of inbred male CBA/H, C57BL/6, and BALB/c mice exposed to either high linear energy transfer fission neutrons or low linear energy transfer x-rays. Paternal CBA/H exposure to either x-rays or fission neutrons resulted in increased mutation rates in the germ line of two subsequent generations. Comparable transgenerational effects were observed also in neutron-irradiated C57BL/6 and x-irradiated BALB/c mice. The levels of spontaneous mutation rates and radiation-induced transgenerational instability varied between strains (BALB/c,CBA/H,C57BL/6). Pre- and postmeiotic paternal exposure resulted in similar increases in mutation rate in the germ line of both generations of CBA/H mice, which together with our previous results suggests that radiation-induced expanded simple tandem repeat instability is manifested in diploid cells after fertilization. The remarkable finding ...
Tandem repeats are multiple duplications of substrings in the DNA that occur contiguously, or at a short distance, and may involve some mutations (such as substitutions, insertions, and deletions). Tandem repeats have been extensively studied also for their association with the class of repeat expansion diseases (mostly affecting the nervous system). Comparative studies on the output of different tools for finding tandem repeats highlighted significant differences among the sets of detected tandem repeats, while many authors pointed up how critical it is the right choice of parameters. In this paper we present TReaDS - Tandem Repeats Discovery Service, a tandem repeat meta search engine. TReaDS forwards user requests to several state of the art tools for finding tandem repeats and merges their outcome into a single report, providing a global, synthetic, and comparative view of the results. In particular, TReaDS allows the user to (i) simultaneously run different algorithms on the same data set, (ii)
A recurrent somatic mutation frequently found in cytogenetically normal acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is internal tandem duplication (ITD) in the fms-related tyrosine kinase 3 gene (FLT3). This mutation is generally detected in the clinical laboratory by PCR and electrophoresis-based product sizing. As the number of clinically relevant somatic mutations in AML increases, it becomes increasingly attractive to incorporate FLT3 ITD testing into multiplex assays for many somatic mutations simultaneously, using next-generation sequencing (NGS). However, the performance of most NGS analysis tools for identifying medium-size insertions such as FLT3 ITD mutations is largely unknown. We used a multigene, targeted NGS assay to obtain deep sequence coverage (,1000-fold) of FLT3 and 26 other genes from 22 FLT3 ITD-positive and 29 ITD-negative specimens to examine the performance of several commonly used NGS analysis tools for identifying FLT3 ITD mutations. ITD mutations were present in hybridization-capture ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Bayesian approach to discriminant problems for count data with application to multilocus short tandem repeat dataset. AU - Tsukuda, Koji. AU - Mano, Shuhei. AU - Yamamoto, Toshimichi. PY - 2020. Y1 - 2020. N2 - Short Tandem Repeats (STRs) are a type of DNA polymorphism. This study considers discriminant analysis to determine the population of test individuals using an STR database containing the lengths of STRs observed at more than one locus. The discriminant method based on the Bayes factor is discussed and an improved method is proposed. The main issues are to develop a method that is relatively robust to sample size imbalance, identify a procedure to select loci, and treat the parameter in the prior distribution. A previous study achieved a classification accuracy of 0.748 for the g-mean (geometric mean of classification accuracies for two populations) and 0.867 for the AUC (area under the receiver operating characteristic curve). We improve the maximum values for the g-mean ...
Variable number of tandem repeat locus (VNTR locus) is any DNA sequence that exist in multiple copies strung together in a variety of tandem lengths. The number of repeat copies present at a locus can be visualized by means of a Multi-locus or Multiple Loci VNTR Analysis (MLVA). In short, oligonucleotide primers are developed for each specific tandem repeat locus, followed by PCR and agarose gel electrophoresis. When the length of the repeat and the size of the flanking regions is known, the number of repeats can be calculated. Analysis of multiple loci will result in a genotype ...
Two distinct forms of fms-like tyrosine kinase (FLT3) gene aberrations, internal tandem duplication (ITD) and tyrosine kinase domain (TKD) mutations, have been recognized in a substantial proportion of patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML). To investigate their prognostic significance, we perfo …
Biologists use the terms genotype and phenotype to describe the genetic makeup of an organism and its appearance. Most beekeepers are familiar with the different phenotypes of honey bee - the dark native bees, carniolans, Buckfast etc.. The phenotype is defined and determined by the genotype, but we dont necessarily know which genes determine which physical characteristic. Population geneticists therefore often use different genetic features to discriminate between different groups or populations.. Microsatellites are DNA markers that contain variable numbers of short tandem repeat sequences. In honey bees, microsatellites are abundant and highly variable. They are therefore very useful for differentiating between populations or groups of populations, though how this is done is outside the scope of this post.. In 1995 Arnaud Estoup and colleagues reported the microsatellite analysis of 9 populations of honeybees from Africa (intermissa, scutellata, capensis) and Europe (mellifera, ligustica, ...
Background: Accurate individual identification is essential to wildlife crime investigation or associating individuals to source populations in conservation genetics. Current methodology utilized dinucleotide short tandem repeats (STRs) that can be difficult to type accurately and have high mutation rates. Tetranucleotide STRs, like those used in human forensics and population genetics, are more stable and can have a more diverse allele composition due to inherent motif substructure, making them more robust and informative for finer grained individualization. STRs are currently typed by PCR amplification followed by electrophoretic sizing that cannot identify polymorphisms in the repeat motif structure often observed at tetranucleotide loci. Hypothesis: The main objective of this study was to perform a preliminary identification of a suite of new tetranucleotide repeat STR loci, for each of the three primary bear species in North America: the American black bear, the brown (grizzly) bear, and the polar
As one of the most studied genome rearrangements, tandem repeats have a considerable impact on genetic backgrounds of inherited diseases. Many methods designed for tandem repeat detection on reference sequences obtain high quality results. However, in the case of a de novo context, where no reference sequence is available, tandem repeat detection remains a difficult problem. The short reads obtained with the second-generation sequencing methods are not long enough to span regions that contain long repeats. This length limitation was tackled by the long reads obtained with the third-generation sequencing platforms such as Pacific Biosciences technologies. Nevertheless, the gain on the read length came with a significant increase of the error rate. The main objective of nowadays studies on long reads is to handle the high error rate up to 16%. In this paper we present MixTaR, the first de novo method for tandem repeat detection that combines the high-quality of short reads and the large length of long
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immune Uncategorized c-COT, SB-207499 In contrast to ITD mutations, in-frame deletions in the gene have rarely been described in adult acute leukemia. promyelocytic leukemia (APL), and have been associated with an increased risk of relapse, decreased disease-free survival, decreased event-free survival, and decreased overall survival [1]. These mutations result in constitutive activation of the FLT3 protein and are of two types: internal tandem duplication (ITD) mutations in exon 14 resulting from the duplication and tandem insertion of a portion of the juxtamembrane (JM) domain of the gene and missense mutations in exon 20 which alter the aspartic acid residue at position 835 (D835) within the kinase domain of the FLT3 protein. In the case of ITD mutations, the duplicated segment length ranges in size from 3 to several hundred base pairs and is always in-frame and therefore expected to produce a functional protein [2]. Rare deletion and deletion/insertion mutations affecting the juxtamembrane ...
Nineteen Y-chromosomal short tandem repeats (STRs), DYS19, DYS389-I, DYS389-II, DYS390, DYS391, DYS392, DYS393, DYS385, DYS388, DYS434, DYS435, DYS436, DYS437, DYS438, DYS439, DYS460, DYS461 and DYS462 were typed in Inuit (n=70) and Danish (n=62) population samples.
In this study, we characterized the role of USF-1 in transcriptional activation from the tandem repeat polymorphism of the human TS gene, and we describe how an additional 28-bp repeat can enhance transcriptional activity. We also identified a common G→C SNP within the 3R allele that can abolish its increased transcriptional activity relative to the 2R, and we show that sequence variations within the tandem repeats have functional significance.. It has been postulated that the number of tandem repeats in the TS gene may be a determinant of the levels of TS expression (12) . However, a novel SNP within the tandem repeats alters the enhancer function of an extra repeat. A single G→C base transition found at the 12th nucleotide of the second repeat in the 3R genotype changes a critical residue in the USF E-box consensus element (32) . By EMSA assay, we showed that this base change abolishes the ability of USF complexes to bind within the repeat and effectively eliminates the E-box site. A 3R ...
Table 1 depicts the results obtained for the five analyzed genomes, using TRAP identity cutoffs varying from 70 to 100%. E. coli presents a very low tandemly repeated DNA content, as is usually observed in prokaryotes (Hancock, 2002). Comparing TRAPs results with some repeat surveys reported on the literature, we observed a good agreement. Tóth et al. (2000) calculated the content of perfect SSRs with period sizes of 1-6 bp for several genomes. These authors reported an overall tandem repeat content per megabase of 3,004 bp for S. cerevisiae (0.3%) and 2,139 bp (0.2%) for C. elegans. In our analysis, using an identity of 100% between adjacent repeats, TRAP determined overall repeat contents of 0.4% and 0.5%, respectively. The differences observed between our results and those reported by Tóth et al. (2000) can be ascribed to the different repeat finder programs used by both groups, as well as the criteria used for defining a repeat locus. In another survey, Karaoglu et al. (2004) reported for ...
Nuestra investigación trata de explicar la base estructural de la regulación de distintos procesos mitocondriales. La técnica principal que empleamos es el análisis por cristalografía de rayos X de las proteínas involucradas, de sus complejos con otras proteínas y/o con DNA. Para obtener una visión más completa del fenómeno, estos estudios se complementan mediante análisis bioquímicos y biofísicos.. Para ver el artículo completo, pulse aquí ...
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Sequence analysis at the borders of the amplified XylA-locus, and verification of the presence of circular or tandem repeats.(A) Illumina sequence reads mapped
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