genetic locus

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genetic locus

genetic locus

Genetic analysis of the cap5 locus of Staphylococcus aureus

Genetic Mapping of a Maternal Locus Responsible for Familial Hydatidiform Moles

Genetic association analysis of LRCH1 as an osteoarthritis susceptibility locus

A genetic locus of Helicobacter pylori inversely associated with gastric intestinal metaplasia

A Quantitative Trait Locus Analysis of Natural Genetic Variation for Drosophila melanogaster Oxidative Stress Survival

Genetic Mapping of the Thymoma Susceptible Locus, Tsr1, in BUF/Mna Rats

Genetic analysis of the capsular polysaccharide synthesis locus in 15 Streptococcus suis serotypes

Genetic polymorphism at the β-tubulin locus among human and animal isolates of Cryptosporidium parvum

Molecular studies on a new genetic locus linked to the common nodulation genes in Bradyrhizobium japonicum

Low genetic diversity of Pneumocystis jirovecii among Cuban population based on two-locus mitochondrial typing

Genetic control of pungency in C. chinense via the Pun1 locus

Molecular genetic diversity and evolution at the MHC DQB locus in four species of pinnipeds.

A novel locus for dementia with Lewy bodies: a clinically and genetically heterogeneous disorder

Genetic Mapping of a Major Susceptibility Locus for Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy on Chromosome 15q

Bleomycin hydrolase and a genetic locus within the MHC affect risk for pulmonary fibrosis in mice

Association Between Genetic Variants on Chromosome 15q25 Locus and Objective Measures of Tobacco Exposure

Identification and physiological analyses of a locus for rice yield potential across the genetic background


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The chromosomal location of a gene responsible for a particular phenotypic character or its location on a linkage map, which relates to its physical location on a chromosome. In some cases the locus for a particular disease or phenotypic trait may be known although the gene (or genes) that are responsible may not (yet) have been identified.

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