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Linkage

The ability to buy and sell the same security on different exchanges. Because the prices may differ on different exchanges, linkage may create opportunity for arbitrage. Linkage has become easier with the advent of electronic exchanges and trading platforms.
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Second, use of related subjects (siblings; in this case, pairs of DZ twins) allows use of genetic linkage techniques to localize genes contributing to overall heritability.
To extend the family studies of these disorders and systematically identify genetic regions that contribute to alcohol dependence, habitual smoking, or both, COGA researchers used a method known as genetic linkage analysis.
After doing genetic linkage analysis among families with this disease, we were able to localize the gene to chromosome 7 and identify a known oncogene, met, as a candidate.
A genetic linkage map of the mouse: current applications and future prospects.
None of the new articles by itself constitutes clear genetic linkage to manic depression," asserts Elliot S.
In genetic linkage studies it is necessary to secure the cooperation of multiple family members.
Genetic linkage studies are also being conducted to determine whether there is an underlying genetic basis for the Marfan syndrome, but results have been inconclusive (Schwartz et al.
New tools for scientists working to improve important agronomic crops, including a new Basic Linkage Mapping Workflow that simplifies genetic linkage map construction.
This genetic linkage analysis identified a region on rat chromosome 12 within a region that is conserved on human chromosome 13.
The applicant proposes a research project aiming to integrate genetic linkage and chromosomal maps of cultivated beet Beta vulgaris, a crop species of major agronomic importance in Europe.
The gene was ultimately found using a combination of traditional genetic linkage studies and recently developed state-of-the art sequencing methods.