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In a plant that occurs in tall and short forms, there may be an allele that tends to produce tall plants and an alternative allele that produces short plants.
If the same allele is present twice, the organism is said to be homozygous for this characteristic.
The allele that determines the phenotype is said to be dominantly expressed; it shows dominance over other alleles.
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  HOPES Glossary, H
HD allele - A version of the Huntington gene that contains a higher than normal number of repeats.
Individuals with the HD allele will develop Huntington’s disease (Note that although there are many different alleles that can cause HD, for simplicity, this site refers to any allele that causes HD as "the HD allele.") This allele may be called the “mutant Huntington allele” in other places.
The allele, in turn, gives rise to the huntingtin protein.
www.stanford.edu /group/hopes/sttools/gloss/h.html   (2122 words)

  Allele frequency - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Allele frequency is a measure of the relative frequency of an allele on a genetic locus in a population.
The frequencies of all the alleles of a given gene often are graphed together as an allele frequency distribution histogram.
Let ├║ be the mutation rate from allele A to some other allele a (the probability that a copy of gene A will become a during the DNA replication preceding meiosis).
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 Allele - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An allele is any one of a number of viable DNA codings of the same gene (sometimes the term refers to a non-gene sequence) occupying a given locus (position) on a chromosome.
A wild type allele is an allele which is considered to be "normal" for the organism in question, as opposed to a mutant allele which is usually a relatively new modification.
is the population fraction that is homozygous for the q allele.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Allele   (619 words)

 IMGT Marie-Paule page: IMGT index   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Alleles are defined (i) for the sequence polymorphisms described at the nucleotide level, and (ii) for the Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphisms (RFLP) detected by Southern hybridization.
The allele polymorphism mutations are described according to the IMGT description of mutations.
Allele sequences of highly homologous duplicated genes cannot, in some cases, be correctly assigned to one or the other gene(s) when these sequences are not mapped.
imgt.cines.fr /textes/IMGTindex/allele.html   (344 words)

 Allele Code Lists
Allele combinations that contain an expression character (e.g., N = null, S = soluble, L = low expression), or which cross serologic families (e.g., DRB3*0101/0102/0203/0206) are called "allele specific" codes and can only be used with the locus and allele family that were used when it was initially created.
Allele specific codes are used for combinations that cannot be represented by generic codes.
Allele codes can be found, or the activation status of an existing allele code can be checked, by using the DNA Type Lookup Tool.
bioinformatics.nmdp.org /HLA/allele_code_lists.html   (621 words)

 Birgid Schlindwein's Hypermedia Glossary Of Genetic Terms - Search results
Now the term allele is used for two or more alternative forms of a gene resulting in different gene products and thus different phenotypes.
A single allele for each gene locus is inherited separately from each parent (e.g., at a locus for eye colour the allele might result in blue or brown eyes).
The term coined by Bateson and Saunders (1902) for a zygote, or a diploid individual derived from it, which carries only one member of the alleles of a gene, that is, a zygote derived from the union of gametes identical (Gk.
hal.weihenstephan.de /genglos/asp/genreq.asp?nr=4   (555 words)

 dChip: Allele Sharing Analysis
Then in the allele sharing analysis, all pair-wise sharing between the samples will be computed, and their average sharing score is used as a non-parametric linkage score.
allele sharing view will display the average allele sharing of a sample with all the other samples (blue for 2, white for 0).
After the allele sharing scores (ASS) or LOH scores are obtained for a group of samples, we want to assess the genome-wide significance of the peak score regions and report peak regions that are highly unlikely to be due to random chance.
www.biostat.harvard.edu /complab/dchip/sharing.htm   (559 words)

 Low frequency of the scrapie resistance-associated allele and presence of lysine-171 allele of the prion protein gene ...
Low frequency of the scrapie resistance-associated allele and presence of lysine-171 allele of the prion protein gene in Italian Biellese ovine breed -- Acutis et al.
to that of the AHQ and ARH alleles, is unknown.
of the ARK allele to differential scrapie susceptibility are
vir.sgmjournals.org /cgi/content/full/85/10/3165   (3817 words)

 Cloning-Free PCR-Based Allele Replacement┬áMethods -- Erdeniz et al. 7 (12): 1174 -- Genome Research
To understand the biological role of a gene, it is often necessary to study different alleles to identify distinct functions.
Frequently mutant alleles are isolated in diverse genetic backgrounds.
Similarly, the kar1-1 mutant allele was fused with the K.
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One of a pair of alleles that suppresses the expression of the other in heterozygous (having one dominant and one recessive allele) conditions.
An allele which has little or no effect on the phenotype of an organism when paired with a more dominant allele; it only has an effect when paired with another recessive allele.
If such an allele is recessive, a female (who has two X- chromosomes) doesn’t get the trait, but a male (who has only one X- chromosome) does.
history.nih.gov /exhibits/genetics/appb.htm   (1617 words)

 A two-allele model with recurrent mutation
the stationary distribution of allele frequencies is bowl-shaped, i.e, most populations have allele frequencies near 0 or 1.
In other words if the population is ``small,'' drift dominates the distribution of allele frequencies and causes populations to become differentiated.
If the population is ``large,'' mutation dominates and keeps the allele frequencies in the different populations similar to one another.
darwin.eeb.uconn.edu /eeb348/lecture-notes/mutation-drift/node3.html   (203 words)

 A triple-mutated allele of granzyme B incapable of inducing apoptosis -- McIlroy et al. 100 (5): 2562 -- Proceedings of ...
A triple-mutated allele of granzyme B incapable of inducing apoptosis -- McIlroy et al.
A triple-mutated allele of granzyme B incapable of inducing apoptosis
RAH allele are not in linkage disequilibrium with polymorphisms
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 LGR: Allele Characterizarion
The Allele Characterization Project is a component of the Rat Genome Project - a large collaboration that includes twelve different NIH institutes, centers, and the office of the Director with the goal of developing genetic and physical maps of the rat genome.
The goal of the Allele Characterization Project is to provide the allele sizes of 8000 SSLPs simple sequence length polymorphisms) in 48 genetically and physiologically important inbred rat strains.
The data generated by the Allele Characterization Project provides investigators with a means of quickly selecting informative markers in a vast number of mapping crosses resulting in a significant savings of both time and resources.
brc.mcw.edu /LGR/research/lgr_acp.html   (193 words)

 BLABBERMOUTH.NET - ALLELE To Perform Acoustically On Jacksonville's PLANET RADIO 107.3
ALLELE, the new project featuring former COLD guitarist Kelly Hayes and former OTEP guitarist Lane Maverick, will be appearing live on Jacksonville's Planet Radio 107.3 for an exclusive interview and live acoustic performance on Friday, March 24 at 4:00 p.m.
As previously reported, ALLELE will be filming a video for their new single, "Stitches", at their hometown show on March 24 at Plush in Jacksonville, Florida.
ALLELE's debut album, "Point of Origin", was produced by Ben Schigel (CHIMAIRA, BREAKING POINT) and was released last October through Corporate Punishment Records.
www.roadrunnerrecords.com /blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=50033   (222 words)

 genome.gov | Talking Glossary: "allele"
Different alleles produce variation in inherited characteristics such as hair color or blood type.
In an individual, one form of the allele (the dominant one) may be expressed more than another form (the recessive one).
Leslie Biesecker, of the National Human Genome Research Institute's Laboratory of Genetic Disease Research, defines allele.
www.genome.gov /glossary.cfm?key=allele   (95 words)

 Allele-specific gene targeting in Candida albicans results from heterology between alleles -- Yesland and Fonzi 146 ...
wild-type, the alleles in the heterozygous mutant are distinguished
allele 2 was preferentially recombining with the resident allele
from allele 1 preferentially recombines with allele 1 of the
mic.sgmjournals.org /cgi/content/full/146/9/2097   (3936 words)

 Allele (Official Thread) - Shakefire.com
Allele, the new project featuring Kelly Hayes from Cold and Lane Maverick formerly of Otep have posted an MP3 of their first single "Closer to Habit" on their Myspace page (http://www.myspace.com/allele).
Allele has also released their Don Tyler (Trigger Point, Eagles of Death Metal) directed video for the album's first single "Closer to Habit" (which impacts at Rock radio Mid-November) online.
Allele is currently in the midst of a Headlining run with labelmates Trigger Point, through the 23rd of October, and will continue headlining dates through December.
www.shakefire.com /boards/showthread.php?p=22273   (467 words)

 Allele frequency models
One model assumes that the allele frequencies in each population are independent draws from a distribution that is specified by a parameter called
That is the original model that we used in Pritchard et al.
Roughly speaking, this prior says that we expect allele frequencies in different populations to be reasonably different from each other.
pritch.bsd.uchicago.edu /software/readme/node19.html   (161 words)

 Allele quantification using molecular inversion probes (MIP) -- Wang et al. 33 (21): e183 -- Nucleic Acids Research
Points that are closest to the homozygous cluster are assigned an allele ratio of 0 and those near the heterozygous cluster are smoothed using data from the non-homozygous markers within the 7 marker moving window.
As expected for this cell line carrying three times the allele ratio for the X chromosome is 0.5 (arrow pointing to 1:2 ratio of 0.5) and for the autosomes is close to 1.
There are several chromosomal regions with an allele ratio of 0.5 indicating the presence of three or the multiple of three chromosomes.
nar.oxfordjournals.org /cgi/content/full/33/21/e183   (7012 words)

 Metal News - Allele Post Tracklisting ( Metal Underground . com )
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Allele have announced the finalized tracklising for their new album, "Point of Origin" which is due in stores October 25th.
Allele has also announced that Don Tyler will direct the video for the album's first single, "Closer to Habit".
www.metalunderground.com /news/details.cfm?newsid=16039   (273 words)

 Amazon.com: Point of Origin: Music: Allele   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A lot of people discovering Allele probably did so through ex-Cold guitarist Kelly Hayes, who is one of five talents in Allele (along with ex-Otep guitarist Lane Maverick).
I have to say once again that Allele are a great band, but their debut is just a poor representation.
Allele is a band that I had never heard of 2 weeks ago, but after talking to my friend Tony who is in the band Souls Harbor (CPR labelmates of Allele) he told me to check them out.
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 Heterogeneous allele expression of pulmonary SP-D gene in rat large intestine and other tissues -- Lin and Floros 11 ...
For the nonradioactive method, the gel was stained with ethidium bromide, and for the radioactive method the gel was dried and exposed to X-Omat AR film at -80°C for 2 h, Lanes 1–7 depict different rat colon samples.
The genotype of heterozygous parents is noted so that the status of allele-specific expression is evident, i.e., BB denotes a heterozygous parent with both alleles equally expressed.
For quality control, 10% of the samples were randomly chosen and regenotyped, and upon visual inspection the pattern of allele expression was as previously observed.
physiolgenomics.physiology.org /cgi/content/full/11/3/235   (5645 words)

 Corporate Punishment Records - Artists
Allele will be playing a special one-off show with our good friends Crossbreed next week, June 13, at Peabody's in Cleveland.
That makes it all the more special when a band comes along and throws off every doubter’s expectation, connecting with fans on a musical, if not spiritual, level.
That is certainly the case with Jacksonville's Allele (pronounced Uh-Leel), as the Florida 5 piece has been tearing up stages across the US for the past 3 years, alongside major artists like Saliva, Yellowcard, Nonpoint, Staind, Sevendust, Earshot, Trapt, Shinedown, Socialburn, 12 Stones andGodhead, along the way building a devoted family of rabid followers.
www.corporatepunishment.com /artists/Allele   (436 words)

 Genome Glossary
When the combined effects of alleles at different loci are equal to the sum of their individual effects.
A technique used in model organism studies in which embryos at the 8-cell stage of development are pushed together to yield a single embryo (used as an alternative to microinjection).
Alternative form of a genetic locus; a single allele for each locus is inherited from each parent (e.g., at a locus for eye color the allele might result in blue or brown eyes).
www.ornl.gov /TechResources/Human_Genome/glossary/glossary_a.html   (554 words)

 The Apolipoprotein E {epsilon}4 Allele Increases the Odds of Chronic Cerebral Infarction Detected at Autopsy in Older ...
The Apolipoprotein E {epsilon}4 Allele Increases the Odds of Chronic Cerebral Infarction Detected at Autopsy in Older Persons -- Schneider et al.
Apolipoprotein E alleles, dyslipidemia, and coronary heart disease: the Framingham offspring study.
Apolipoprotein E-epsilon4 alleles in cerebral amyloid angiopathy and cerebrovascular pathology associated with Alzheimer’s disease.
stroke.ahajournals.org /cgi/content/full/36/5/954   (3137 words)

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