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[complexity] In computational complexity theory, SNP (from Strict NP) is a complexity class containing a limited subset of NP based on its logical characterization in terms of graph-theoretical properties. It forms the basis for the definition of the class MaxSNP of optimization problems. One characterization of the complexity class NP, sho...
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SNP

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SNP

SNP: A change in which a single base in the DNA differs from the usual base at that position. These single base changes are called SNPs or 'snips.' Millions of SNP's have been cataloged in the human genome. Some SNPs such that which causes sickle cell are responsible for disease. Other SNPs are normal variations in the genome. SNP stands for single...
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SNP

abbreviation for 'seminonparametric', which means the same thing as semiparametric. Contexts: econometrics
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SNP

(snip) single nucleotide polymorphism.
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SNP

Type: Term Pronunciation: snip Definitions: 1. Acronym for single nucleotide polymorphism.
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SNP

The most common type of change in DNA (molecules inside cells that carry genetic information). SNPs occur when a single nucleotide (building block of DNA) is replaced with another. These changes may cause disease, and may affect how a person reacts to bacteria, viruses, drugs, and other substances. Also called single nucleotide polymorphism.
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