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4 terms found for - “snp”

  • Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs)
    Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) are a type of polymorphism involving variation of a single base pair. Scientists are studying how sin...
  • Polymorphism
    Polymorphism involves one of two or more variants of a particular DNA sequence. The most common type of polymorphism involves variation at a...
  • HapMap
    HapMap (short for "haplotype map") is the nickname of the International HapMap Project, an international project that seeks to relate variat...
  • Haplotype
    A haplotype is a set of DNA variations, or polymorphisms, that tend to be inherited together. A haplotype can refer to a combination of alle...

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4 terms found for - “snp”
  • Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs)
    Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) are a type of polymorphism involving variation of a single base pair. Scientists are studying how sin...
  • Polymorphism
    Polymorphism involves one of two or more variants of a particular DNA sequence. The most common type of polymorphism involves variation at a...
  • HapMap
    HapMap (short for "haplotype map") is the nickname of the International HapMap Project, an international project that seeks to relate variat...
  • Haplotype
    A haplotype is a set of DNA variations, or polymorphisms, that tend to be inherited together. A haplotype can refer to a combination of alle...
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