from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A chromosome-specific low-copy repeat
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Two celebrity models ... music: "Sabato notte" (Album Aprile) by www. elaluna.de My art & painting www. martin-missfeldt.de - My company www. duplicon.de - My
If individuals have different copies of a given duplicon in homologous chromosomes, that is, if they are heterozygous for structural variants and these structural variants contain genes, it is possible that certain alleles appear to be differentially expressed.
They are nearly identical at the DNA level (99. 7% identity) and each duplicon contains 26 putative protein coding genes.
To study CHEK2 duplicon evolution in anthropoids we applied a combination of comparative FISH and in silico analyses.
In conclusion, our analysis of CHEK2 duplicon evolution revealed that SDs contribute to inter-species variation.