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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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Molecular genetic linkage maps are the prerequisites to undertake molecular breeding activities for many aquatic animals.
The integrated physical map presented here, in conjuction with the already existing genetic linkage map, would be useful for future high-density genetic mapping and whole-genome studies in C.
There was no significant genetic linkage disequilibrium, suggesting that all 9 loci are transmitted to offspring independently.
Genetic linkage and association studies have identified many chromosomal regions and quantitative trait loci (QTL) associated with complex phenotypes related to alcohol induced behaviors and/or alcoholism.
KEY WORDS: genetic theory of AODU (alcohol and other drug use); AODR (alcohol and other drug related) genetic markers; phenotype; chromosome; AOD dependence potential; genetic variance; genetic trait; comorbidity; major depression; AOD intake per occasion; electroencephalography; genetic linkage; genetic correlation analysis
Genetic linkage relationships between two enzyme loci, Est-2 and Acph, in the mosquito Aedes ( Finlaya) togoi.
Their blood test, called a genetic linkage analysis, yielded accurate positive or negative results for more than two-thirds of the volunteers but was inconclusive for the remaining participants (SN: 2/16/91, p.103).
(2006) constructed a genetic linkage map spanning 983.5 cM and aligning to the 10 linkage groups of sorghum in which two brix-related QTLs were sited on SBI-04 and SBI-10.
AFLPs have been used to fingerprint accessions, to determine genetic linkage mapping, and to analyze genetic diversity (Young et al.
FSGS attacks the kidney's filtering system, causing proteins to be lost into the urine and reducing the kidney's ability to filter wastes from the blood The research team, led by Elizabeth Brown, MD of Children's Division of Nephrology, working in the laboratory of Martin Pollak, MD of the Renal Division at Brigham and Women's Hospital, identified the gene by performing a genetic linkage analysis in two large families with FSGS.
Coverage includes high fidelity whole genome amplification, procedures that are a prelude to genetic linkage analysis, the molecular profiling of genomic DNA in a variety of guises, transcriptional profiling, alternative strategies for protein profiling, approaches for gene characterization and the identification of protein interaction networks, and a detailed tutorial about genomics technology useful in the elucidation of gene function.
These microsatellite markers will be useful in constructing a genetic linkage map for the duck and a comparative mapping with the chicken can also provide a valuable tool for studies related to biodiversity and population genetics in this duck species.