Articles related to gene polymorphism
polymorphism - gene sequencing - genetics
The genetic term polymorphism refers to the discovery that there may be several variations in gene sequence for a specific protein.
RFLP - Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism - RFLP analysis
Genetic engineering requires the combination of a number of different molecular genetics techniques. RFLP is a molecular method of genetic analysis that ...
RFLP Definition - Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism
A molecular method of genetic analysis that allows individuals to be identified based on unique patterns of restriction enzyme cutting in specific regions of DNA.
The Link Between MTHFR Gene Mutations and Disease
MTHFR Gene Mutations and Polymorphisms Explored, Including the Link to Thyroid Health, with Dr. Ben Lynch, expert on methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase, ...
The Link Between MTHFR Gene Mutations and Disease, Including ...
Nov 25, 2013 ... MTHFR Gene Mutations and Polymorphisms Explored, Including the Link to Thyroid Health, with Dr. Ben Lynch, expert on ...
Alcohol Researchers Link a Genetic Factor to Anxiety in Women
Dr. Enoch's team hypothesized that a particular genetic polymorphism identified as COMT Val158Met might be associated with anxiety as measured by a ...
DNA Fingerprinting - Genetic Fingerprinting - DNA Profiling
Different DNA fingerprinting methods exist, using either Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism (RFLP) or PCR or both, and targeting different areas of DNA ...
Genetics Play Role in Alcohol Violence, Withdrawals - Alcoholism
Nov 14, 2004 ... Results indicate that genotype and allele distributions of the BDNF gene polymorphism did not differ significantly between alcoholic and control ...
Gene Variant Linked to Alcohol's Effects - Alcoholism - About.com
Dec 15, 2004 ... Individuals with the gene variant have greater subjective feelings to ... of the A118 polymorphism of the OPRM1 gene have greater subjective ...
Research Finds Gene Linking Autism and Gastrointestinal Problems
Mar 24, 2009 ... In contrast, there was no association of the MET polymorphism with autism in the 96 families lacking a child with co-occurring autism and GI ...