- n. Plural form of duplication.
“Steve, or a person with a duplication of a part of a chromosome, resulting in duplications of scores or hundreds of genes (very common, it turns out).”
“Consider a person with only one good copy of the CFTR gene (that person is a carrier of cystic fibrosis), or a person with a duplication of a part of a chromosome, resulting in duplications of scores or hundreds of genes (very common, it turns out).”
“The login should use AJAX to check for username duplications, email's, drop down list selection and CAPTCHA. i3.”
“In addition to modifying gene action, these elements can restructure the genome at various levels, from small changes involving a few nucleotides, to gross modifications involving large segments of chromosomes, such as duplications, deficiencies, inversions, and other more complex reorganizations.”
“After all, books are just duplications, rearrangements and insertions of the words in the dictionary.”
“New information is not produced by duplications, rearrangements and insertions of the words in the dictionary but by design in the mind of authors.”
“Someone would have to coordinate and label them to prevent duplications.”
“Their study looked for chromosomal deletions and duplications known as copy number variants (CNV) and found that these were present in 16% of the children with ADHD.”
“Amongst other differences, 111 duplications of small DNA segments were found in the Neanderthal but not human sequence.”
“History well shows the efficiency benefits that can be reaped by eliminating all the duplications and redundancies that inherently result from competition among providers.”
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