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*  Transmission disequilibrium test
... as a family-based association test for the presence of genetic linkage between a genetic marker and a trait. It is an ... A specificity of the TDT is that it will detect genetic linkage only in the presence of genetic association. While genetic ... This situation can be important if, for example, the genetic marker is linked to a disease locus with a strong selection ... Blackwelder WC, Elston RC (1985). "A comparison of sib-pair linkage tests for disease susceptibility loci". Genetic ...
*  Ancestral reconstruction
ANGES compares extant related genomes through ancestral reconstruction of genetic markers. BADGER uses a Bayesian approach to ... In addition to genetic sequences, one might attempt to track the changing of one character trait to another, such as fins ... Since modern genetic sequences are essentially a variation of ancient ones, access to ancient sequences may identify other ... In brief, the evolution of a genetic sequence is modelled by a time-reversible continuous time Markov process. In the simplest ...
*  Stepwise mutation model
... with a higher number of markers generally showing greater ability to resolve genetic differences). Molecular markers provide ... There are limitations associated with various marker types and the number of markers used can heavily influence analytical ... A number of summary statistics can be used to estimate genetic differentiation using the SMM model. These include number of ... Given the underlying assumptions of the SMM, it has been widely adopted for use with microsatellite markers that contain repeat ...
*  Ancestry-informative marker
SLC24A5 Race and genetics Elizabeth Pennisi, Human Genetic Variation, Science 21 December 2007: Vol. 318. no. 5858, pp. 1842 - ... Examining a suite of these markers more or less evenly spaced across the genome is also a cost-effective way to discover novel ... In population genetics, an ancestry-informative marker (AIM) is a single-nucleotide polymorphism that exhibits substantially ...
*  Amplified fragment length polymorphism
AFLP-PCR or just AFLP is a PCR-based tool used in genetics research, DNA fingerprinting, and in the practice of genetic ... There are many advantages to AFLP when compared to other marker technologies including randomly amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD ... As a result, AFLP has become widely used for the identification of genetic variation in strains or closely related species of ... One universal platform to manage and analyze all your biological data including AFLP KeyGene Quantar Suite Versatile marker ...
*  Terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism
Since then the method has been applied for the use of other marker genes such as the functional marker gene pmoA to analyze ... In a T-RFLP profile each peak assumingly corresponds to one genetic variant in the original sample while its height or area ... Although the genetic profiles are not completely reproducible and several minor peaks which appear are irreproducible the ... In addition to convergence of two distinct genetic variants into a single peak artifacts might also appear, mainly in the form ...
*  Simple sequence length polymorphism
... s (SSLPs) are used as genetic markers with polymerase chain reaction (PCR). An SSLP is a ... Variance in the length of SSLPs can be used to understand genetic variation between two individuals in a certain species. An ...
*  Tag SNP
Another algorithm searches for subsets of markers that can come from non-consecutive blocks. Due to the marker neighborhood, ... genetic drift, random mating, genetic hitchhiking and gene flow. When a group of SNPs are inherited together because of high LD ... The ultimate goal of GWAS is to determine genetic risk factors that can be used to make predictions about who is at risk for a ... It is developed by Paul de Bakker in the labs of David Altshuler and Mark Daly at the Center for Human Genetic Research of ...
*  Genetic marker
Generally co-dominant markers are more informative than the dominant markers. Genetic markers can be used to study the ... Genetic markers are employed in genealogical DNA testing for genetic genealogy to determine genetic distance between ... RAD markers (or Restriction site associated DNA markers) Molecular genetic markers can be divided into two classes a) ... Autosomal markers are used for all ancestry. Genetic markers have to be easily identifiable, associated with a specific locus, ...
*  Thoroughbred breeding theories
"New Research Sheds Light on Old Pedigrees". Genetic Markers. Thoroughbred Heritage. Retrieved 2008-02-17. which cites Hill, E. ... "Who's Your Momma III: Some Lines Misplaced". Genetic Markers. Thoroughbred Heritage. Retrieved 2008-02-17. which cites Hill, E ... However, modern genetic studies have revealed that there are some cases where the haplotype in the mtDNA of modern ...
*  Thoroughbred
"Who's Your Momma II: Some Lines Converge". Genetic Markers. Thoroughbred Heritage. Retrieved 2008-02-17. which cites Hill, E. W ... "New Research Sheds Light on Old Pedigrees". Genetic Markers. Thoroughbred Heritage. Retrieved 2008-02-17. which cites Hill, E. ... "Who's Your Momma III: Some Lines Misplaced". Genetic Markers. Thoroughbred Heritage. Retrieved 2008-02-17. which cites Hill, E ... One genetic study indicates that 95% of all male Thoroughbreds trace their direct male line (via the Y chromosome) to the ...
*  Antonio Arnaiz-Villena
Anthropology and genetic markers". Hum. Immunol. 62 (10): 1063. doi:10.1016/S0198-8859(01)00350-0. PMID 11600210. Robin McKie ( ... for having found a marker on Chromosome 7 that is common to Black Africans and, among Caucasoid populations, is found only in ... However they used the same methodology (same gene markers) and same data samples like Arnaiz-Villena et al. Other authors ... They stated that "Using results from the analysis of a single marker, particularly one likely to have undergone selection, for ...
*  Psychiatric genetics
Bourgeron, T., Giros, B.,(2003). " Genetic Markers in Psychiatric Genetics". In Leboyer, M, Bellivier, F. Psychiatric genetics ... Several genetic risk factors have been found with the endophenotypes of psychiatric disorders, rather than with the diagnoses ... Genetic Linkage studies attempt to find a correlation between the diagnosis and inheritance of certain alleles within families ... In one study, 100% of patients with bipolar disorder indicated that they would probably take a genetic test to determine if he ...
*  Axial Biotech
"Genetic markers for scoliosis are ID'd". Deseret News. 2008-09-14. Archived from the original on 2009-10-15. Retrieved 2009-10- ... Today, lab workers use special equipment to read each of those 53 genetic markers for all patients who take the ScoliScore test ... Axial Biotech performed a genome-wide association study, testing millions of genetic markers to find any associated with ... "Researchers at Axial Biotech Develop a DNA Test for Scoliosis," PR Newswire, September 11, 2008 "Genetic markers for scoliosis ...
*  Diego antigen system
Mourant, A. E. (1977). "The genetic markers of the blood". In Geoffrey Ainsworth Harrison. Population Structure and Human ... Huang, Cheng-Han; Marion E. Reid; Shen-S- Xie; Olga O. Blumenfeld (1996). "Human red blood cell Wright antigens: a genetic and ... Layrisse, M; Wilbert, J (1961). "Absence of the Diego antigen, a genetic characteristic of early immigrants to South America". ... Eriksson, A. W.; W. Lehmann; N. E. Simpson (1980). "Genetic Studies on circumpolar populations". In Frederick A. Milan. The ...
*  PTPRD
"OCD: New Genetic Marker Reported". Retrieved 2015-08-16. Cancer Genome Atlas Network, Koboldt DC, Fulton RS, McLellan MD, ...
*  Finnish heritage disease
Palo JU, Ulmanen I, Lukka M, Ellonen P, Sajantila A (April 2009). "Genetic markers and population history: Finland revisited". ... The majority of genetic diseases reported in Finland are not part of the Finnish disease heritage and their prevalence is not ... Genetic governance: Health, risk, and ethics in the biotech era. Routledge. p. 215. ISBN 0-415-35407-2. Levo A, Jääskeläinen J ... Genetic diversity in autosomal chromosomes and in mitochondrial DNA (maternally inherited) is as high among Finns as among ...
*  Wheat
... the availability of large-scale genetic markers generated through NGS technology will facilitate trait mapping and make marker- ... European Community, Community Research and Development Information Service (CORDIS) (24 February 2016). "Genetic markers signal ... thereby recognizing crossover events occurring in every progeny line and inserting markers on genetic and physical maps without ... Genetic analysis of wild einkorn wheat suggests that it was first grown in the Karacadag Mountains in southeastern Turkey. ...
*  Atayal people
Chen KH, Cann H, Chen TC, Van West B, Cavalli-Sforza L (1985). "Genetic markers of an aboriginal Taiwanese population". Am J ... Genetic studies have also found similarities between the Atayal and other people in the Philippines and Thailand, and to a ... However, genetic analysis suggests that the different peoples may have different ancestral source populations originating in ... Rachel A. Chow; Jose L. Caeiro; Shu-Juo Chen; Ralph L. Garcia-Bertrand; Rene J. Herrera (2005). "Genetic characterization of ...
*  Mycocepurus smithii
This was demonstrated using highly variable genetic markers. Sperm was also found stored in the spermathecas of queens. Sexual ... However, antibiotic assays and genetic screenings suggest that it is not an endosymbiont such as Wolbachia causing the ... "Cryptic sexual populations account for genetic diversity and ecological success in a widely distributed, asexual fungus-growing ... reproduction was suggested as a mechanism for maintaining the genetic diversity seen in this species. In summary, M. smithii is ...
*  Stanley Michael Gartler
1967 Genetic markers as tracers in cell culture. Nat Cancer Inst Monogr 26: 167-195 Gartler, SM. 1968 Apparent HeLa cell ... Since the use of genetic markers to characterize and distinguish cell lines at the time was virtually non-existent, ... Cross culture contamination is now a generally accepted risk, and there are many genetic markers available to accurately ... Examining isoenzymes, he typed them for a number of genetic polymorphisms, including the X linked G6PD variant. The cell lines ...
*  Timeline of psychotherapy
"Researchers discover genetic marker linked to OCD". Retrieved November 28, 2016. The Discovery of the Unconscious: The History ... 2014 - The genetic marker associated with the development of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) has been identified. ...
*  Peopling of China
People bearing genetic markers ancestral to Haplogroups C and D came through coastal India and proceeded to Southeast Asia. ... Some northern Chinese have this genetic marker. Another branch, Haplogroups N and O, went south and by 35,000 years ago went on ... This marker alone is carried by all populations in South Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia, Oceania, and most of the Ameridian ... Genetic evidence indicates that groups of humans began to enter the region 50-60,000 years ago, probably from Africa, settling ...
*  Native American cultures in the United States
Brett Lee Shelton; J.D. and Jonathan Marks (2008). "Genetic Markers Not a Valid Test of Native Identity". Counsel for ... ScienceDaily (2008). "Genetic Ancestral Testing Cannot Deliver On Its Promise, Study Warns". ScienceDaily. Retrieved 2008-10-02 ... A study reported in The American Journal of Human Genetics stated, "We analyzed the European genetic contribution to 10 ...
*  Blood quantum laws
Brett Lee Shelton; J.D. and Jonathan Marks (2008). "Genetic Markers Not a Valid Test of Native Identity". Counsel for ... Many researchers have published articles that caution that genetic ancestry DNA testing has limitations and should not be ... http://genetics.ncai.org/tribal-enrollment-and-genetic-testing.cfm ScienceDaily (2008). "Genetic Ancestral Testing Cannot ...
*  Switch-reference
For instance, an switch-reference marker might mark a different subject and sequential events. Switch-reference-markers often ... 1983). "Typological and Genetic Notes on Switch-Reference in North American Languages". In Haiman and Munro. Mithun, Marianne ( ... When the subject of one verb is the same as the subject of the following verb, the verb takes no switch-reference marker. ... Switch-reference markers often carry additional meanings or are at least fused with connectives that carry them. ...
*  Machado-Joseph disease
Appel J, Friedman JH (January 2004). "Genetic markers and the majority's right not to know". Mov. Disord. 19 (1): 113-4. doi: ... Presymptomatic diagnosis of MJD can be made with a genetic test. The direct detection of the genetic mutation responsible for ... Genetic testing looks at the number of CAG repeats within the coding region of the MJD/ATXN3 gene on chromosome 14. The test ... The symptoms are caused by a genetic mutation that results in an expansion of abnormal "CAG" trinucleotide repeats in the ATXN3 ...