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  1. ... structures in the embryo called the first and second pharyngeal arches (also called branchial or visceral arches). ... the face and neck. Specifically, the first and second pharyngeal arches develop into the lower jaw, the ...
  2. ... alpha globin alpha-2 globin alpha-globin locus, second HBA-T2 HBA_HUMAN hemoglobin, alpha 2 hemoglobin- ...
  3. ... one of the pairs. Chromosome 2 is the second largest human chromosome, spanning about 243 million building ...
  4. ... one of the pairs. Chromosome 22 is the second smallest human chromosome, spanning more than 51 million ...
  5. ... cell growth effectively. For tumors to develop, a second mutation that alters or removes (deletes) the normal copy of the CYLD gene must occur. The second mutation, called a somatic mutation, occurs during a ...
  6. ... function of the normal protein produced from the second copy of the gene. Absence of the tumor ... mutated CEBPA also acquire a mutation in the second copy of the CEBPA gene. The additional mutation, ...
  7. ... function of the normal protein produced from the second copy of the gene. Absence of the tumor ... mutated CEBPA also acquire a mutation in the second copy of the CEBPA gene. The additional mutation, ...
  8. ... people with this condition are blinded for several seconds when going from a dark environment into a ... their resting state in a fraction of a second, but in people with mutations in one of ...
  9. ... or branchiootorenal spectrum disorders)."Branchio-" refers to the second branchial arch, which is a structure in the ... with BOR/BO syndrome, abnormal development of the second branchial arch can result in the formation of ...
  10. ... structure. For diffuse gastric cancer to develop, a second mutation involving the other copy of the CDH1 ... have a 56 percent chance of acquiring a second mutation in the other copy of the gene ...
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