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Variation in individual admixture proportions leads to heterogeneity within populations. Though novel methods and marker panels have been developed to quantify individual admixture, empirical data describing individual admixture distributions are limited. We investigated variation in individual...
Variations at position +3 of 5′ splice‐sites (5′ss) are reported to induce aberrant splicing in some cases but not in others suggesting that the overall nucleotidic environment can dictate the extent to which 5′ss are correctly selected. Functional studies of three variations identified...
Leydig cell hypoplasia (LCH) is a rare form of male pseudohermaphroditism caused by inactivating mutations in the luteinizing hormone receptor gene (LHCGR). The majority of LHCGR mutations are located in the coding sequence, resulting in impairment of either LH/CG binding or signal transduction....
We improved, evaluated, and used Sanger sequencing for quantification of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) variants in transcripts and gDNA samples. This improved assay resulted in highly reproducible relative allele frequencies (e.g., for a heterozygous gDNA 50.0±1.4%, and for a missense...
The folliculin gene (FLCN), also known as BHD, is the only known susceptibility gene for Birt‐Hogg‐Dubé syndrome. BHDS is the autosomal dominant predisposition to the development of follicular hamartomas, lung cysts, spontaneous pneumothorax, and/or kidney neoplasms. To date, 53 unique...
The study of transcription using genomic tiling arrays has lead to the identification of numerous additional exons. One example is the MECP2 gene on the X chromosome; using 5'RACE and RT‐PCR in human tissues and cell lines, we have found more than 70 novel exons (RACEfrags) connecting to at...
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