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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : GAA / glutamic acid

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Long Form:   glutamic acid
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2014 A novel TaqI polymorphism in the coding region of the ovine TNXB gene in the MHC class III region: morphostructural and physiological influences. TNXB
2012 Mining and gene ontology based annotation of SSR markers from expressed sequence tags of Humulus lupulus. ---
2011 G244E in the canine factor IX gene leads to severe haemophilia B in Rhodesian Ridgebacks. ---
2011 [A novel mutation Glu441stop (GAA to TAA) of androgen receptor gene resulting in complete androgen insensitivity syndrome]. AR, CAIS
2010 Analysis of unigene derived microsatellite markers in family solanaceae. SSR
2009 Deliquescence behaviour and crystallisation of ternary ammonium sulfate/dicarboxylic acid/water aerosols. AS, DRH, EDB, ESEM, MEA, MOA, RM, SAM
2008 Identification of a heritable polymorphism in bovine PRNP associated with genetic transmissible spongiform encephalopathy: evidence of heritable BSE. BSE, TSE
2008 Molecular epidemiology and divergence of HIV type 1 protease codon 35 inserted strains among treatment-naive patients in Hong Kong. ---
2007 Theme and variations in the evolutionary pathways to virulence of an RNA plant virus species. RYMV
10  2002 Characterization of Trp(+) reversions in Escherichia coli strain WP2uvrA. CAA, TAA
11  1998 Novel mutations in the para-homologous sodium channel gene associated with phenotypic expression of nerve insensitivity resistance to pyrethroids in Heliothine lepidoptera. ---
12  1995 Two distinct temperature-sensitive alleles at the elav locus of Drosophila are suppressed nonsense mutations of the same tryptophan codon. ---
13  1992 Molecular basis of a unique African variant (A-IV 5) of human apolipoprotein A-IV and its significance in lipid metabolism. apoA-IV