This specific learning problem is referred to as Turner neurocognitive phenotype and appears to be due to loss of X chromosome genes important for selected aspects of nervous system development.
You may come across the term broader autism phenotype referring to this population.
Identical twins will have the same DNA, genetic material (genotype), but it may be expressed differently (phenotype).
Siblings of autistic individuals are more likely to have a pervasive developmental disorder, and there is a broader autism phenotype that may tend to run in families affected by the spectrum.
Although PKU conforms to these basic genetic patterns of inheritance, the actual expression, or phenotype, of the disease is not strictly an either/or situation.
The pattern of familial aggregation suggests that in individual families, a small number of genes act together to cause the phenotype.
conserved in evolution but prion protein knockout mice have a normal phenotype.
These cells then display a Treg phenotype and function as determined by FACS, T cell proliferation assays, ELISA and intracellular cytokine staining.
diabetes mellitus change phenotype of patients with diabetes?
The barrier phenotype of the brain endothelium is induced and maintained by chemical factors released by brain cells, particularly perivascular astrocytic end feet.
helper T cell type 2 phenotype?
lengthen the lifespan of such cells, possibly to immortality, without grossly affecting their observable phenotype.
mousean>Knockout mice of PAK5 show no apparent phenotype potentially due to functional redundancy with other PAKs.
peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor alpha (PPARalpha) activation in this phenotype by hepatic gene expression analysis of aprox.
phenotype of autism: the clinical spectrum in twins.
phenotype of a knockout mouse provides important clues about the gene's normal role.
The general principle appears to be that two (or more) early proteins co-operate to give a transforming phenotype.
Both males and hermaphrodite seam cell lineages are affected although the hermaphrodites do not exhibit any obvious gross morphological phenotype.
Genetic syndromes with an associated dysmorphic facial phenotype are of particular interest.
Present and future possibilities for defining a phenotype for specific language impairment.
There are 10951 experiments, 1066 of which show a mutant phenotype.
Professor Junia V. Melo has a longstanding interest in the molecular mechanisms underlying the malignant phenotype of CML.
These are part of the physical " readout " of the genes, the extended phenotype of the replicating code.
However, mis-sense mutation associated with a mild phenotype might be missed in aggregation studies depending on the dose of agonist used.
Autoimmune haemolytic anemia ABO and rh phenotype An ABO and full Rh phenotype are performed on all referrals.
Red cell phenotype information should not be based on historic data alone.
thrifty phenotype hypothesis.
Br Med Bull, 60, 21-32, PubMed Hales, C.N. and Barker, D.J. (2001) The thrifty phenotype hypothesis.
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