Mutated sentence example
The fold in the ears was caused by a heritable, dominant, mutated gene.
A mutated coronavirus was also detected in family members of the first SARS case in Taiwan.
He described the entity's features as " a horribly mutated face.
The gene mutated accidently, but once noticed, breeders bred for it.
The more closely related two people are, the more likely they are to carry copies of the same mutated gene.Advertisement
The gene family encoding protein kinases is the most commonly mutated in human cancer.
One SHIV used in monkeys and mutated into a pathogen so powerful that it kills rhesus macaques in weeks  .
A deviant mutated standard meme generated from within the territory is easily suppressed due to the already open-minded nature of the grazer.
Specifically, in 2% of patients, the mutated TSC gene is not detected in either parent because of germline mosaicism.
Pigs are now being genetically mutated using human genes in an attempt to try to weaken this reaction.Advertisement
There was no indication that any of the protein kinase genes was frequently mutated in this set of breast cancer samples.
By contrast, a woman with a heteroplasmic mtDNA mutation, may transmit a variable amount of mutated mtDNA to her children.
If a mutated allele is fully penetrant this means all individuals who have this mutation will develop the disease.
Eerily, the soul tearing sound mutated into the wailing of the warning siren on the building site.
Nudism has remained a minor practice, and it has by and large mutated into a "lifestyle" chosen by individuals rather than either a medical practice or a program for social reform.Advertisement
Researchers believe that the disease began over 250 years ago by a wealthy Venetian doctor who carried the original mutated gene.
A person with two mutated copies will develop cystic fibrosis.
A person with one mutated copy is said to be a carrier.
A carrier will not have symptoms of CF but can pass on the mutated CFTR gene to his/her children.
Approximately one in every 25 Americans of northern-European descent is a carrier of the mutated CF gene, while only one in 17,000 African Americans and one in 30,000 Asian Americans are carriers.Advertisement
It may seem puzzling that a mutated gene with such harmful consequences would remain so common; one might guess that the high mortality of CF would quickly lead to loss of the mutated gene from the population.
Genes from a small blood or tissue sample are analyzed for specific mutations; presence of two copies of the mutated gene confirms the diagnosis of CF in all but a very few cases.
A-T is a recessive disorder, meaning that it affects children who carry two copies of a defective (mutated) A-T gene, one copy from each parent.
Variations that cause disease are called mutations and A-T results from a defective gene, the ATM gene (for ataxia telangiectasia, mutated), first identified in 1995.
The mutation was transmitted to later generations because people who carried a single copy of the mutated gene had a modified (but not abnormal) inflammatory response that may have protected them against some infectious agent at that time.Advertisement
If neither parent of a child with FMF has the condition, it means they carry one mutated copy of the MEFV gene, but also one normal copy, which is enough to protect them from disease.
The gene for OPMD appears to also be mutated with a triple repeat.
Several of the muscular dystrophies can be positively identified by testing for the presence of the mutated gene involved.
In an autosomal dominant condition, only one specific changed or mutated copy of the gene for PDA is necessary for a person to have PDA.
A recessive condition occurs when a child receives two changed or mutated copies of the gene for a particular condition, such as PDA (one copy from each parent).
Individuals with a single changed or mutated copy of a gene for a recessive condition are known as carriers and have no health problems related to the condition.
However, when two people who each carry a changed or mutated copy of the same gene for a recessive condition have children, there is a chance with each pregnancy for the child to inherit the two changed or mutated copies from each parent.
The mutated gene that produces XLA is a recessive gene.
Unfortunately, as of 2004, parents had no way of knowing if they carry the mutated gene that causes galactosemia until they have a child diagnosed with the disease.
For state biologists and environmental scientists, that is enough to prove that El Chupacabra is some sort of mutated dog, coyote or possibly even a fox that has mange.
Male children who inherit a fully mutated version of the FMR1 gene in the X chromosome will develop Fragile X, since males have just one X chromosome.
Mothers who have one mutated X chromosome and one normal copy have a 50 percent chance of passing the mutation to each child they bear, though they are very likely to show no symptoms of fragile X themselves.
Unlike Jean and Rogue, Susan was born a normal and later mutated.
The popularity of the giant monster led to an entire gallery of mutated monsters who fought him, allied with him or generally helped him destroy the landscape in their epic battles.
The popularity of this monster brought him back again in 1993 as a larger version mutated by radiation and able to emit a uranium heat beam.
In one combination the initial may remain; thus *oinos cupidus gave un cybydd," one miser "; in another combination it may have originally stood between vowels, and so is mutated, as in *dud cupido, which gave dau gybydd, " two misers."
One theory is that mutated alleles are usually recessive.
Half the rice grown in California is a descendant of Calrose 76, created when gamma rays mutated some regular rice and the resulting mutant produced more grain and less spoilage.
This project resulted in the grotesquely mutated Necro and Twelve.
This term means that the mutated fibrillin gene can produce a variety of symptoms of very different degrees of severity, even in members of the same family.
In Marfan's syndrome, the gene responsible for fibrillin has mutated, causing the body to produce a defective protein.
Just as a sentence can be changed by rearranging its letters, genes can be mutated, or changed, by changes in the sequence of their nucleotide letters.
The gene defects in CF are called point mutations, meaning that the gene is mutated only at one small spot along its length.
For the CFTR gene, for instance, a person may have two normal copies, or one normal and one mutated copy, or two mutated copies.
It turns out that they are, in fact, mutated microorganisms resulting from the Oxygen Destroyer which killed Godzilla in the first movie, Godzilla.
It didn't spin webs and looked more to Evelyn like a mutated cat, but the moment she recalled Kiera's fear, she also realized that the cat-like creature would easily pass as a large spider.