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Table 3: Observed Results Summary Subject CCR5 D1S80 * Amelogenin rs671 1 (author; male) WT:WT 24:24 106:112bp G:G 2 (male) WT:WT 24:24 106:112bp nd 3 (female) WT:WT 24:6 106bp nd (-) neg control No product No product No product No product WT--wild type allele; bp--base pairs; G--"G" allele; nd--Not determined.
Carroll explained that her pioneering treatment, RPE, is a very specific protocol and technique, combining the use of enzyme inhibitors, endoscope-aided piezoelectric root instrumentation to expose connective tissue and remove root accretions microscopically, a diode soft-tissue laser to help remove granulomatous tissue in deep furcations and other deep bony defects and amelogenin protein (Emdogain) application to promote regeneration of bone.
The major protein components of the enamel matrix include the most abundant amelogenin proteins as well as less plentiful proteins such as enamelin and ameloblastin.
Gender: This gene -- Amelogenin -- is often used to determine whether someone is male or female.
The presence or absence of an amelogenin amplicon helps to distinguish female and male DNA and to check for substantial maternal contamination in samples of DNA extracted from chorionic villi.
The Profiler Plus[TM] kit probes nine different STR loci and the gender indicator amelogenin (Table 1.
For years, researchers have had good reason to suspect that a protein called amelogenin contributes to the growth of enamel in gums.
The system is based on the amplification of 13 core STR loci, as well as the amelogenin gene, which is located on the X and Y chromosomes and is useful in determining the sex of an individual (16).