Translation of genetic imprinting in Spanish:

genetic imprinting

impronta genética, n.

noun

Biology Medicine

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    impronta genética feminine
    • In the phenomenon called genetic imprinting, a chromosome such as the X chromosome can be altered depending on whether it was passed on from one's mother or from one's father.
    • His latest research suggests that genetic imprinting might be compromised by the freezing process.
    • My interest in genetic imprinting began while I was completing my doctorate at Macquarie University in Sydney.
    • Maintenance of a constant expression profile in a population exhibiting genetic imprinting will be most effective if the organism has a mechanism to reverse any imprint in the subsequent generation.
    • He said genetic imprinting meant fish from Miller Beck returned there in later life to spawn.