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Table of contents: 2021
Human Genetics   Short communication

Genital infections in females

Authors: Kazuki Sakai

Most ladies experience minor vaginal issues now and again. These issues can be identified with monthly cycles, sex, contamination, conception prevention techniques, maturing, medications, or changes after pregnancy. An adjustment in your typical vaginal release might be the principal indication of a vaginal issue. Changes in pee, for example, peeing all the more often or having a consuming incl.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 20(2):

Plant Genetics   Research Article

Genetic Variability, Heritability and Genetic Advance in Bread Wheat

Authors: J. Prasad, A. Dasora, D. Chauhan, D.A. Rizzardi, S. K. Bangarwa, K. Nesara

The Present investigation was carried out using 50 bread wheat genotypes at Instructional Farm, Rajasthan College of Agriculture, Udaipur during Rabi, 2019-2020 in randomized block design with three replications. Analysis of variance revealed significant difference between genotypes for all the characters studied. Sufficient variability was present in the genotypes under study for all the chara.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 20(2):

Human Genetics   Research Article

Analysis of micro-RNAs and gene expression profiles in gestational diabetes mellitus

Authors: R. Bhushan, P. K. Dubey

Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is a metabolic disorder characterized by insulin resistance. Lack of complete mechanisms involved in its pathophysiology makes its early diagnosis and treatment a difficult task. Recently, micro-RNAs are associated with many diseases including GDM. Its high stability in biological fluids and the ability to modulate genes at large scale makes it potent bio-mar.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 20(2):

Plant Genetics   Research Article

Expression analysis of tocopherol key genes during seed development

Authors: A. Jai-uean, P. Sangin

Cleome viscosa (Cv) Linn is an annual oilseed crop plant that has high vitamin E, with the most active form represented as the tocopherols (α, β, γ and δ). These act as antioxidants in plants and are also essential components for human health. The gene expression profiles and partial-length cDNA encoding tocopherol cyclase (CvVTE1), homogentisic acid prenyltransferase (Cv.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 20(2):

Plant Genetics   Research Article

Investigation the possibility of simple sequence repeats for generating a phase variation

Authors: Mohammad Abdul Rahmman Al-Maeni, Shaymaa Fouad Rasheed AlKhazraji

Phase variation mediating simple sequence repeat (SSR) in sipped strand mispairing is considered the most important mechanisms of genetic variation in N. meningitidis and in defense against host attack strategies despite elicitation of the immune system against commensal and pathogenic bacteria. We aimed to achieve in a silico study for determining the possibility of SSR within different positi.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 20(2):

Human Genetics   Short commentary

Inheritance: A basic phenomenon in genetics

Authors: Suman Dhawan

Hereditary legacy is a fundamental rule of hereditary qualities and clarifies how attributes are passed starting with one age then onto the next. Hereditary legacy happens because of hereditary material, as DNA, being passed from guardians to their posterity. At the point when living beings repeat, all the data for development, endurance, and propagation for the cutting edge is found in the DNA.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 20(3):

Human Genetics   Short commentary

Genetic code: A major tool for DNA sequencing

Authors: Vinay Gupta

Hereditary code, the arrangement of nucleotides in Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) and Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) that decides the amino corrosive grouping of proteins despite the fact that the straight arrangement of nucleotides in DNA contains the data for protein groupings, proteins are not made straightforwardly from DNA... Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 20(3):

Human Genetics   Perspective

Mutation: A genetic change

Authors: James Watson

Mutation, an alteration in the genetic material (the genome) of a cell of a living organism or of a virus that is more or less permanent and that can be transmitted to the cell’s or the virus’s descendants. (The genomes of organisms are all composed of DNA, whereas viral genomes can be of DNA or RNA; see heredity: The physical basis of heredity.) Mutation in the DNA of a body cell o.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 20(3):

Human Genetics   Perspective

A brief study on Operon model

Authors: Steve Johnson

Operon, hereditary administrative framework found in microbes and their infections in which qualities coding for practically related proteins are bunched along the DNA. This component permits protein union to be controlled coordinately because of the requirements of the cell. By giving the way to create proteins just when and where they are required, the operon permits the cell to save energy... Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 20(3):

Human Genetics   Perspective

A spectrometrical study on Proteomics

Authors: Francis Jacob

Proteomics is the investigation of the whole arrangement of proteins delivered by a cell type to comprehend its design and capacity. Proteomics is a generally late field; the term was instituted in 1994 while the actual science had its birthplaces in electrophoresis procedures of the 1970's and 1980's. The investigation of proteins, be that as it may, has been a logical concentration for an any.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 20(3):

Human Genetics   Perspective

DNA and Chromatin Fibres

Authors: Mark Jones*

Chromatin is a complex of macromolecules made out of DNA, RNA, and protein, which is found inside the center of eukaryotic cells. Chromatin exists in two constructions: heterochromatin (united) and euchromatin (extended). The fundamental protein parts of chromatin are histones that help to assemble DNA into "globule like" structures called nucleosomes by giving a base on which the DNA.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 20(4):

Human Genetics   Short communication

Lac operon: It's structure and function

Authors: Stephan Morris*

Early bits of knowledge into components of transcriptional guideline came from investigations of E. coli by scientists Francois Jacob and Jacques Monod. In E. coli, and numerous different microscopic organisms, qualities encoding a few distinct proteins might be situated on a solitary record unit called an operon. The qualities in an operon share the equivalent transcriptional guideline, yet ar.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 20(4):

Human Genetics   Editorials

DNA replication: Process in Eukaryotes

Authors: Harsh Pandey*

DNA replication, otherwise called semi-moderate replication, is the interaction by which DNA is basically multiplied. It is a significant interaction that happens inside the separating cell. DNA is comprised of millions of nucleotides. These are particles made out of a deoxyribose sugar, with a phosphate and a base (or nucleobase) appended to it... Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 20(4):

Human Genetics   Editorials

A brief study on molecular sensors

Authors: Jack Hamilton*

A sub-atomic sensor, otherwise called a chemosensor or test, is a sub-atomic or supramolecular-based framework that can change test analyte connections into a sign which permits analyte detecting. The most widely recognized yield signals are generally optical or electrochemical changes. Specifically, optical reactions have gotten well known because of the chance of utilizing minimal effort, gen.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 20(4):

Human Genetics   Editorials

A brief note on chromosomal abberation

Authors: Gerome Taylor*

Chromosomal distortions are anomalies in the design or number of chromosomes and are frequently liable for hereditary problems. For over a century, researchers have been entranced by the investigation of human chromosomes. It was not until 1956, nonetheless, that it was resolved that the genuine diploid number of chromosomes in a human cell was 46 (22 sets of autosomes and two sex chromosomes m.. Read More»

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