SNP [Single Nucleotide Polymorphism]

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SNP refers to a genetic variation at a gene’s specific nucleobase location. Some individuals may carry nucleobase A, while others may carry nucleobase G at a specific location. Variation among individuals in gene function, appearance, and disease risk are determined by these SNP differences.

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