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  • adjective Containing a high degree of variability

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  • Binding occurs in a small region near the ends of the heavy and light chain called the hypervariable region (labeled only on one arm in the figure).

    Watching the Watchers

  • Binding occurs in a small region near the ends of the heavy and light chain called the hypervariable region (labeled only on one arm in the figure).

    Watching the Watchers

  • "hypervariable" region, which changes fast enough to provide a molecular clock calibrated to times comparable to the age of modern humanity.

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  • "hypervariable" region, which changes fast enough to provide a molecular clock calibrated to times comparable to the age of modern humanity.

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  • "hypervariable" region, which changes fast enough to provide a molecular clock calibrated to times comparable to the age of modern humanity.

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  • "hypervariable" region, which changes fast enough to provide a molecular clock calibrated to times comparable to the age of modern humanity.

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  • Sequence data from the mitochondrial cytochrome-b gene and the hypervariable control region as well as 7th intron of the nuclear fibrinogen gene show these 2 taxa to be reciprocally monophyletic.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • These probes contain the common core sequence of a hypervariable dispersed repetitive sequence GGGCAGGAXG, first discovered by Jeffreys et al. (1985) in the myoglobin gene (see Section 7.4.2).

    Archive 2004-12-01

  • Other hypervariable repeated sequences have been used in the same way, for example those detected by the synthetic oligonucleotide (CAC) 5 (Krawczak and Schmidtke, 1998). top link

    Archive 2004-12-01

  • To confirm that the selected skeletal remains were from a single individual, samples taken from the teeth remaining in the cranium were isolated and sequenced for the hypervariable region I (HVI) and II (HVII) of the mitochondrial genome in three independent laboratories.

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