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proband

[′prō‚band]
(genetics)
The clinically affected individual through whom a family is found that can be used to study the genetics of a particular disorder. Also known as propositius.
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Gender differences in the utilization of screening practices when the proband of interest is an adult relative have also been noted.
Another study also found that probands with hereditary hemochromatosis and ferritin concentrations >1000 [micro]g/L had increased risk of early death (12).
Equipped with computer glasses the probands observed blue and green squares which appeared and then disappeared again in a magnetic resonance tomograph (MRT).
Additional dummy variables allow future income expectations of the proband to have an influence on the equity evaluations.
Phenotype and genotype in mucolipidoses II and III alpha/beta: a study of 61 probands.
Thus, they would potentially transmit more susceptibility genes to their offspring, the authors hypothesized, noting that, "if there were shared risk factors between myocardial infarction and stroke, a Carter effect might be expected for [family history] of stroke in ACS probands.
Two independent probands (C and D) carried this mutation, both in heterozygosis.
Patterns of comorbidity in probands and relatives psychiatrically and pediatrically referred samples.
Because these families have been tracked for up to 20 years, the HBDI resource is the oldest registry of families with Type 1 probands.
The choleretic effect is attributed to metabolites of caffeoylquinic acids (caffeic acid, dihydrocaffeic acid, ferulic acid, dihydroferulic acid) which can be detected in the plasma and urine after intake of 2,4 g ALE in healthy probands (Wittemer et al.