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HVSHuman Visual System
HVSHigh Vaginal Swab (medical test)
HVSHybrid Vehicle Sports
HVSHigh Value System
HVSHigh Voltage Software
HVSHigh Variable System (modular connector system)
HVSHome Video Studio (various locations)
HVSHerpesvirus Saimiri
HVSHeavy Vehicle Systems
HVSHyperventilation Syndrome (respiratory disorder)
HVSHypervariable Segment (mitochondrial DNA)
HVSHenry Viscardi School (Albertson, NY)
HVSHigh Vacuum System (chemistry)
HVSHigh-Voltage Surge
HVSHospitality Valuation Services (est. 1980)
HVSHigh-Volume Sampler
HVSHard, Very Severe (rock climbing grade)
HVSHosted Voice Service (various companies)
HVSHigh Volume Service
HVSHermes Versand Service (German parcel service)
HVSHuron Valley Schools (Highland, MI)
HVSHyper-Velocity Star
HVSHue, Value, Saturation (color model, aka HLS)
HVSHigh Voltage Substation
HVSHybrid Visual System
HVShHvatski Vaterpolo Savez (Croatian Water Polo Federation)
HVSHrvatski Veslaki Savez (Croatian Rowing Federation)
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Highly variable regions within the CR or alternatively known as displacement loop (D-loop) of human mtDNA consist of three segments: hyper-variable segment I (HVSI) located between the nucleotide positions 16024 and 16383; hypervariable segment II (HVSII) located between the nucleotide positions 57 and 372; hypervariable segment III (HVSIII) located between the nucleotide positions 438 and 574 (NC_0122920.1) (2, 3).
The phylogenetic analysis was performed by using 481 bp fragment of the first hypervariable segment (HVI) of control region.
By using 2 segments of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) hypervariable segment I (HVS-I) target, we determined the ancestry of the humans from whom the bones were derived (4).
Thus, we have studied the diversity of nucleotide sequences of the mtDNA hypervariable segment 1 of Kazakh ethnic group.
Five patients (20%) had ulcer tissue-specific mtDNA substitutions in the hypervariable segment of the control region and the Cytb gene that were not found in the corresponding blood cells (Table 1).
A concordance of nucleotide substitutions in the first and second hypervariable segments of the human mtDNA control region, International Journal of Legal Medicine (1996) 109:107-113.