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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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AFLP markers of the three types were used to construct the genetic linkage map for Phalaenopsis, and types 1, 3 for Phalaenopsis '462', types 2 and 3 for Phalaenopsis '20', following the methods of Grattapaglia and Sederoff (1994).
Molecular genetic linkage maps are the prerequisites to undertake molecular breeding activities for many aquatic animals.
Genetic linkage analysis revealed that the disorder in two out of three families was linked to GLC3A.
When there is no heterogeneity among the herds and for simulated data without any genetic linkage, order correlation among genetic rates was close to 1 and varied between 82 and 96% (Table 3).
In addition, genetic linkage studies have provided evidence for both LOAD and familial AD susceptibility locus on this 21q region.
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.
Genes from 945 pairs of relatives were studied for genetic linkages.
This novel technology, which employs adeno-associated viral or other viral-based genetic engineering and a unique genetic linkage, may have broad application in commercial scale production of monoclonal antibodies and other complex therapeutic proteins, as well as in the long-term administration of therapeutic antibodies to patients.
Before, we looked for families with multiple cases of bipolar illness to do what is called genetic linkage analysis, which shows us which and what part of chromosomes are important," Dr.
In addition to many candidate gene evaluations, genetic linkage studies have also been conducted for schizophrenia.
The number of available markers remains small and inadequate for genomic-wide mapping analysis, and no genetic linkage map has been published for any species.