3120+1G>A, intervening sequence 16) illustrates this concept well.
What does IVS stand for?
IVS stands for Intervening Sequence (genetics)
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We have 121 other meanings of IVS in our Acronym Attic
- Intelligent Vehicles Symposium
- Intelligent Video Surveillance
- Inter Ventricular Septum
- Interactive Video Services
- Interactive Videodisk System
- Interactive Visualization Systems
- Internal Video Subsystem
- International VLBI Service (for Geodesy and Astrometry)
- International Voluntary Service
- Internet Video Sharing
- Intervocative Software LLC
- Intravenous Sedation
- Invalidez, Vejez y Sobrevivencia (Spanish)
- ISRA Vision Systems AG (Germany)
- Israel Vacuum Society
- In-Vessel Storage Sample Holder
- International Veterinary Students’ Association
- International Visiting Scholars Award
- International Volunteer Sending Agencies (est. 1994; Vietnam)
- Intravenous Cocaine Self-Administration (biochemistry)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The intervening sequence RNA of Tetrahymena is an enzyme.
The European Patent Office did, however, clarify the scope of the claims to cover self-splicing intervening sequence derived ribozymes, which does not significantly narrow the scope of coverage.
A minigene construct spanning exons 8-11 and the intervening sequences was cloned into the pcDNA3.
EP-0291533 in having the claims limited to ribozymes derived from wildtype self-splicing intervening sequences (IVS).
The gene behind the membrane molecule also contains distinct parts, called exons, separated by much longer stretches of DNA, called introns or intervening sequences, that do not code for any portion of the protein molecule.
Codon 15 (G [right arrow] A), intervening sequence (intron)-I-1 (G [right arrow] T) [IVS-I-1 (G [right arrow] T)], IVS-I-5 (G [right arrow] C), Codon 8/9 (+G), and Codon 41/42 (-TCTT); two rare mutations, Codon 30 (G [right arrow] C) and IVS-I-1 (G [right arrow] A); and the mutations producing the hemoglobin variants [[beta].
The retention of this novel transcript demonstrated that the antisense compound was inhibiting splicing, the process by which the intervening sequences are normally removed from the mRNA.