Polymorphismus nucleotidi singularis

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Polymorphismi nucleotidorum singularium. In imagine polymorphismus C/A depictus est, quia basis adeninum (A, viride) in 2 est varietas superioris (1) cum cytosino (C, carulee).

Polymorphismus nucleotidi singularis (PNS, abbreviatura internationalis: SNP[1]) est intra genomum (i.e. ADN), positione certa varietas nucleotidi singularis. In hominibus frequentissimus polymorphismi C/T sunt, quo facta est varietas de basi cytosino (C) in thymimum (T).

In diversis morbis polymorphismi nucleotidi singularis momentum maximum habere putatur, ut in morbo Alzheimeriano (morbo neurodegenerativo) vel in endometriose (morbo gynaecologico)[2].

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  1. Dicito "snip".
  2. Lee S. H., Harold D., Nyholt D. R. et al. (2013). "Estimation and partitioning of polygenic variation captured by common SNPs for Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis and endometriosis". Humam molecular genetics 22 (4): 832-41 

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