- n. Plural form of indel.
“The 1.5 – 2% difference between humans and chimps is still a valid number so long as you point out what it's in reference to (alignable nucleotides, ignoring indels).”
“Collectively insertions and deletions are known as “indels”.”
“Only with indels insertions/deletions and similar events where a single mutation removes or copies many base pairs at once, do you get the larger numbers.”
“Remember that the “125 bases” includes not only point mutations, but indels which counts as multiples.”
“In particular, the study of point mutations (here used in the sense that includes relatively small insertions and deletions, or indels) on genes has led to deep understandings of many aspects of genome evolution”
“Abstract: Recent studies show that along with single nucleotide polymorphisms and small indels, larger structural differences contribute significantly to human genetic diversity.”
“A variant ascertainment algorithm that can be used to detect SNPs, indels, and other polymorphisms”
“(SNPs) and three indels, including a 33 kbp prophage that accounted for the observed difference in AscI PFGE patterns.”
“The 16S and COII sequences were easily aligned, with few indels assumed.”
“Nearly 200,000 indels and over 3 million SNPs were identified in the Irish genome sequence.”
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