Browsing Ph.D. - Biomedical Sciences (Genetics - Cell, Molecular and Neuro Sciences) by Subject "Human genetics"

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  • Grove, John Sinclair ([Honolulu], 1969)
    Three cases of aberrant segregation in humans were considered. The first was a possible case of non-random assortment of chromosomes and meiotic drive. Separating children of fathers of given heterozygous ABO genotypes ...
  • Tan, Soon Guan (1975)
    Saliva samples were collected, processed, concentrated and then subjected to polyacrylamide flat slab gel electrophoresis followed by staining to detect enzyme activities. Six different enzyme activities were detected out ...
  • Azevêdo, Eliane S ([Honolulu], 1969)
    Application of zymogram development technique has become a powerful tool in genetics research. It provides easy detection of molecular variation in proteins, leads to the discovery of new polymorphisms, and significantly ...
  • Krieger, Henrique ([Honolulu], 1966)
    The present study deals with the analysis of the inbreeding effects on a migrant Brazilian population and comparison with other studies. This population (comprising 1068 families with more than 9000 pregnancies) was found ...
  • Campbell, Mary Anne ([Honolulu], 1969)
    This study was an attempt to fit a model of quasi-continuous variation to three sets of data. The model is based on the assumption that the trait under study is completely additive and wholly polygenic. Conditions due to ...

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