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  • noun Plural form of genotype.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of genotype.

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Examples

  • First, she conducted an international series of case-control studies using modern laboratory techniques that ended up demonstrating that HPV infection by certain genotypes of HPV is unequivocally one the strongest cancer risk factors ever found.

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  • Your child's genotype is important because certain genotypes respond better to treatment than others.

    Hepatitis C

  • We developed a stepwise strategy for obtaining reliable nuclear ancient DNA from ancient skeletons, based on (i) the selection of skeletons from archaeological sites that showed excellent biomolecular preservation, (ii) obtaining highly reproducible human mitochondrial DNA sequences, and (iii) reliable short tandem repeat (STR) genotypes from the same specimens.

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  • We developed a stepwise strategy for obtaining reliable nuclear ancient DNA from ancient skeletons, based on (i) the selection of skeletons from archaeological sites that showed excellent biomolecular preservation, (ii) obtaining highly reproducible human mitochondrial DNA sequences, and (iii) reliable short tandem repeat (STR) genotypes from the same specimens.

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  • Perhaps our genotypes will be our most closely guarded secret.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Although there are at least nine possible combinations of genes, called genotypes, for any given eye color, for the sake of simplicity only blue and brown eye color genes will be discussed.

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  • "We excluded 16 samples with discrepancies between WTCCC information and external identifying information (such as genotypes from another experiment, blood type or incorrect disease status)."

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  • Researchers took DNA from 40 tissue sections to evaluate the prevalence of HPV and found low-risk HPV genotypes in 18.8% of the foreskins and high-risk HPV in 9.77%.

    Foreskin may be reservoir for HPV

  • Researchers took DNA from 40 tissue sections to evaluate the prevalence of HPV and found low-risk HPV genotypes in 18.8% of the foreskins and high-risk HPV in 9.77%.

    Foreskin may be reservoir for HPV

  • The people on your sidebar are there for a reason, partially because they like you but mainly because their DNA and yours would be likely to result in offspring with good genotypes.

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