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Flow chart comparison of high level formatting of DNA and CHD.

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a | Diseases that are caused by unstable repeats. Repeats are thought to expand due to instability of resultant DNA secondary structures during replication.

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Telomere DNA sequence data for the for the assembled euchromatic sequence of human

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1 Overrepresented biological processes (a) and pathways (b) in OXYS

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Table 1. Telomere DNA sequence data for the 177 Kb BAC containing the fusion site

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Populations with a high level of parental-relatedness result in a larger number of homozygous gene knockouts as compared to outbred populations.

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(See Exercises 1.12 and 1.13, and Problem 1.2.) Many other examples appear in Introduction to Protein Architecture: The Structural Biology of Proteins.

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Can you see supersecondary structures? Into which general classes do these structures fall? (See Exercises 1.12 and 1.13, and Problem 1.2.

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Figure 2.3: Left: human chromosome 2. Right: matching chromosomes from a chimpanzee. (From: Yunis, J.J., Sawyer, J.R. and Dunham, K. (1980).

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