genotype

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n genotype the particular alleles at specified loci present in an organism
    • n genotype a group of organisms sharing a specific genetic constitution
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n genotype The type specimen or original description or illustration of a genus. See type specimen, under type.
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Usage

In literature:

A demonstration is given in this instance of the interaction between a given genotypic constitution and a special environment.
"Sex-linked Inheritance in Drosophila" by Thomas Hunt Morgan
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In news:

They then genotyped these patients for variations in the GSK3B gene.
A new genotype detection method for Cryptosporidium can identify the species of the organism and help utilities determine which are human pathogens.
At Illumina, a San Diego biotech firm, chips are prepared for genotyping in the " decoding bay".
Tucson News NowPhase 2 Results Show INCIVO® (telaprevir), in Combination With Peginterferon Alfa and Ribavirin, is Effective in Treating Patients Co-infected With Genotype -1 Chronic Hepatitis C Virus and HIV.
Genotype 1 is the most common form that is prevalent in North America and Europe.
Genotyping the pathogenic E. Using traditional microbiological and biochemical tests, it is not possible to differentiate EHEC and EPEC subtypes.
All-Oral Combination Study with PSI -7977 for HCV Genotypes 1, 2 and 3 Initiated.
Tucson News NowPhase 2 Results Show INCIVO® (telaprevir), in Combination With Peginterferon Alfa and Ribavirin , is Effective in Treating Patients Co-infected With Genotype-1 Chronic Hepatitis C Virus and HIV.
COST-SHARE PROGRAM FOR SCRAPIE GENOTYPE TESTING.
According to research presented last week at ACC, patients with the CYP2C19*2 genotype had more ischemic events in the one year following percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI).
Tucson News NowPhase 2 Results Show INCIVO® (telaprevir), in Combination With Peginterferon Alfa and Ribavirin, is Effective in Treating Patients Co-infected With Genotype-1 Chronic Hepatitis C Virus and HIV.
Kptm.com Interim Phase II Data of Merck's Investigational MK-5172 in Combination Therapy in Chronic Hepatitis C Virus Genotype 1 Infection to be Presented at the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD) Annual Meeting.
Further, in the context of a patient with Crohn 's, we found that the host genotype and therapeutically blocking inflammation both impact the onset and extent of ileal dysbiosis.
Interim Phase II Data of Merck's Investigational MK-5172 in Combination Therapy in Chronic Hepatitis C Virus Genotype 1 Infection to be Presented at the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD) Annual Meeting.
Those with the GG genotype are known as lactase non-persistent (aka likely, though not necessarily, lactose intolerant ).
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In science:

The technique we use (Standish, 2003), is to record the results of a tournament where an organism is pitted pairwise against all genotypes recorded from a given Tierra run.
The influence of parsimony and randomness on complexity growth in Tierra
Thus, each genotype is equivalent to a truth assignment.
Splitting pairs and the number of clusters generated by random pair incompatibilities
Thus, every viable genotype determined by L is a solution to the 2-SAT problem corresponding to F and vice versa.
Splitting pairs and the number of clusters generated by random pair incompatibilities
We are interested in the connectivity of viable genotypes through single locus mutations.
Splitting pairs and the number of clusters generated by random pair incompatibilities
If two viable genotypes are connected by a path of single locus mutations we say that they are in the same cluster.
Splitting pairs and the number of clusters generated by random pair incompatibilities
QFp = Qn be the random subgraph that is induced by the viable genotypes.
Splitting pairs and the number of clusters generated by random pair incompatibilities
The main result of this paper concerns the random variable Nn which counts the number of clusters of viable genotypes in the random subgraph QF .
Splitting pairs and the number of clusters generated by random pair incompatibilities
Determining the probability that there are any viable genotypes in this model is the random 2-satisfiability or random 2-SAT problem where each possible 2-clause is included with probability p.
Splitting pairs and the number of clusters generated by random pair incompatibilities
Then, if c > 1, F allows no viable genotypes; and if c < 1, then the number of viable genotypes in QF increases exponentially with n.
Splitting pairs and the number of clusters generated by random pair incompatibilities
These pairs are important for our model of the cube as a genotype space because they represent alternate strategies for viability.
Splitting pairs and the number of clusters generated by random pair incompatibilities
On the other hand, we will see that if there is no order relation between members of a nontrivial pair, then the pair splits the viable genotypes into disconnected clusters.
Splitting pairs and the number of clusters generated by random pair incompatibilities
We see that all viable genotypes are connected in QF1 and that DF1 has only trivial strong components.
Splitting pairs and the number of clusters generated by random pair incompatibilities
In this case, there are two clusters of viable genotypes in QF2 and a nontrivial strong component pair in DF2 that is unrelated in the partial order on strong components.
Splitting pairs and the number of clusters generated by random pair incompatibilities
Suppose F is a satisfiable 2-formula and that u and v are any two viable genotypes in QF , and let S be the set of loci on which u and v differ.
Splitting pairs and the number of clusters generated by random pair incompatibilities
The Hamming distance between these subcubes is k > 1 and there are no viable genotypes off these subcubes.
Splitting pairs and the number of clusters generated by random pair incompatibilities
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