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aberrant

[ə′ber·ənt]
(biology)
An atypical group, individual, or structure, especially one with an aberrant chromosome number.
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A rare tumor gland on biopsy material may express DG + CK5 aberrantly and should not pose a problem because the gland is readily recognizable.
Retention of aberrantly colored feathers in second year (SY) birds is less certain, as they undergo a fairly extensive (limited to incomplete) first prealternate molt in spring that involves most of the contour feathers, 0-10 inner greater coverts, 1-2 tertials, and 0-12 rectrices (Pyle 1997).
In addition, several CpG sites (distal to the CGI) within the region between --329 to +220, flanking the TSS of IFN[gamma], were previously reported to be aberrantly methylated during Th1 /Th2 differentiation and T cell stimulation Uanson et al.
the expat ceo failure rate in family businesses is aberrantly high across the region.
To carry out this rejection of the turco, Taboada constructs and employs a vision of the Orient as aberrantly licentious.
serve as molecular signposts to identify targets of silencing: retroviruses, retrotransposons, aberrantly expressed genes, and normal developmental loci.
This means targeting pathways and proteins that are aberrantly expressed in BCSCs, including anti-apoptotic pathways and detoxifying enzymes (ALDH) that render BCSCs resistant to treatment.
1]) suggests that the early complex is an aberrantly conducted supraventricular complex.
RNA interference could be used as a viable therapeutic approach for inhibiting specific genes that are aberrantly active in diseases such as cancer," lead researcher Bhushan Nagar said.
However, it seems that this cliche fades away when Arab regimes aberrantly and unanimously agree on manipulating laws to ensure maintaining a strong grip on media in general and satellite broadcasting in particular.
High-resolution computed tomography (CT) confirmed the impression that these pulsating masses were in fact aberrantly positioned internal carotid arteries (figure 2).