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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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Combining Ganz's separate descriptions of the acetabular rim syndrome and cam deformities of the proximal femur, femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) was initially described as a comprehensive entity in the early 2000s, as a purely mechanical process in which subtle anatomic aberrances of the acetabulum or proximal femur lead to abnormal bony and soft tissue contact during motion.
Control b r Significance station WX -20.985 -0.09648 No YC -22.106 -0.22921 Yes The confidence LS -18.078 -0.12452 No level of 0.05 WHG -10.887 -0.0639 No HK 8.2035 0.098831 No DT -6.8429 -0.02711 No Table 4: Preliminary study of aberrance point by M-K test.
If all the sample data are included in the [T.sup.2] oval plot, it indicates that there are no aberrance points, and the sample data can be accepted perfectly [36].
The characterization of atherosclerosis as an immune- mediated aberrance is based on evidence of immune activation and inflammatory signaling in human atherosclerotic lesions [3], the significance of inflammatory biomarkers as independent risk factors for cardiocerebrovascular events [4], as well as the ability of LDL particles and their contents to activate innate and adaptive immunity [5, 6].
The number of aberrance mitochondria also affected the stress response and energy metabolism of the cancers.
The current analysis was comprised of the following steps-data selection (microarray profile, pathway data): pathway identification through calculating gene-level statistics and pathway-level statistics based on the accumulated normal samples using individual pathway aberrance score (iPAS), finding differentially expressed genes (DEGs) and significant pathways based on DEGs using DAVID software, identification of the common pathways of these two methods, miRNAs prediction based on the common genes via calculating TargetScores, MRPN construction, and the topological properties for MRPN.
The aberrance of any of its molecules may influence the stability of multilevel expression and affect the tumorigenesis accordingly.
Additionally, we might likewise want to explore the likelihood of adjusting system aberrance discovery procedures to shield against false information infusion ambushes.
Along with musical guests, he will be performing from his first solo album Aberrance .
Littauer's research demonstrates that these changes were a "distinctive transformation in American sexual culture" rather than an historical aberrance, and she argues that the shifts in sexual culture during the 1940s and 1950s permitted the sexual revolution to occur on a large scale in later decades.
This may be sufficient time to directly affect the molecular mechanisms that control cell proliferation and aberrance. Third, if the energy of the total photon "storage" and release simply reflect the magnetic energy from the applied field within the target volume, then experimental or clinical manipulation of these amplitudes might be employed to titrate the treatment effects.
I'm currently enjoying musician and songwriter Gurumiran's recently launched and very first solo album, "Aberrance," inspired by his own personal stories.