Gene definition

Gene means the General Rules 2005.general insurance businessmeans insurance business in relation to general insurance contracts.general insurance contractmeans a contract of insurance that is a General Insurance Contract under the Financial Services Regulations, schedule 3, part 3, paragraph 10.3.Governing BodyThe board of Directors, committee of management or other governing body of an Authorised Firm.government or public securitymeans a debt instrument issued by or on behalf of—(a) a jurisdiction; or(b) a public, regional or local authority of ajurisdiction.Gross Written Premium(1) In relation to a Contract of Insurance, the amount of premium payable by the insured in respect of that contract, excluding any excise taxes levied on premiums and receivable by the Insurer but without any deduction for commissions or other acquisition expenses; and(2) in relation to an Insurer during a period:(A) in respect of General Insurance Business, the aggregate amount of Gross Written Premium in respect of insurance and reinsurance contracts entered into by the Insurer as Insurer during that period, together with any adjustments arising in that period in respect of contracts effected in previous periods; and(B) in respect of Long Term Insurance Business, the aggregate amount of Gross Written Premium becoming due for payment in thatperiod.GroupWith respect to an Entity:(A) that Entity;(B) any Parent Entity of the Entity; and(C) any Subsidiary (direct or indirect) of that Entity or of any Parent Entity of that Entity.Group RiskThe risk of loss to the Authorised Firm as a result of its membership of, or linkages within a Group.
Gene means a structural gene, including optionally regulatory sequences therefor, including, without limitation, promoters, enhancers and downstream regulatory elements.
Gene means an unit of heredity or a segment of genetic material that defines specific characteristics of an organism.

Examples of Gene in a sentence

  • Gene set enrichment analysis: a knowledge-based approach for interpreting genome-wide expression profiles.

  • Gene expression profiling predicts clinical outcome of breast cancer.

  • Gene Expression Omnibus: NCBI gene expression and hybridization array data repository.

  • Gene expression patterns of breast carcinomas distinguish tumor subclasses with clinical implications.

  • Gene set enrichment analysis: A knowledge-based approach for interpreting genome-wide expression profiles.

More Definitions of Gene

Gene means a contiguous DNA sequence that is transcribed [***].
Gene means a DNA sequence contained in the genome of a sexually viable cotton plant.
Gene means a polynucleotide sequence which can be transcribed into RNA and generally encodes a protein, optionally together with its regulatory sequences.
Gene means a sequence of DNA consisting of nucleotides that encode functional RNA, which DNA may also contain non-coding introns, and any protein encoded by such sequence of DNA.
Gene shall refer to a nucleic acid sequence encoding a distinct messenger RNA and protein as well as polymorphic variants of such sequence, provided that such polymorphic variants must have at least 99.9% homology with the underlying gene.
Gene means a nucleic acid sequence (including allelic variations thereof) that (a) contains the sequence information for the transcription, translation or amino acid sequence of a designated protein, and (b) satisfies the criteria set forth in Exhibit 1.17 hereto.
Gene means DNA having a nucleotide sequence that encodes a single polypeptide, which DNA may also contain non-coding introns, which DNA may be in the form of genomic DNA that occupies a specific locus on a chromosome, or which alternatively may be in the form of cDNA in a nucleic acid construct, such as, but not limited to, a cloning vector or an expression vector.