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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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In AD brain, calpastatin levels are found to be significantly decreased and calpains activity is aberrantly enhanced.
For example, in the case illustrated in Figure 2, the myeloid blasts were aberrantly positive for CD56 (not shown).
49) Since the morphological change is reminiscent of the cellular change caused by treatment with hepatocyte growth factor (HGF), CagA was suggested to aberrantly activate intracellular signaling that is otherwise triggered by growth factor stimuli.
B cells from patients with Graves' disease aberrantly express the IGF-1 receptor: Implications for disease pathogenesis.
The researchers also discovered that the quality and stability of the embryonic stem cells were compromised when the set of genes was aberrantly switched on.
Thus, the GLAD-PCR analysis allows identifying aberrantly methylated RCGY sites of gene regulatory regions in tumor tissues and cell line SW837.
The leading idea is to focus on aberrantly expressed microRNAs (miRNAs) as targets of the proposed therapeutic care, which allows for tailoring of the action to the genetic expression of a specific tumor.
You have to think about not just treating the tumor, but also whether the environment is still aberrantly regulated.
In addition, we will follow these aberrantly miRNAs changes in serum of DLBL patients to find serum biomarker.
20] who reported that prostate cancer can aberrantly express diffused p63 staining in a nonbasal cellular distribution leading to the wrong diagnosis especially, in conflict cases.
When HRS cells aberrantly express T-cell markers, they are veryrarely ofT-cell origin.
They showed, for the first time, that SNA-reactive--and therefore aberrantly sialylated--TF-specific antibodies have a significantly higher avidity in cancer patients, with a diagnostic accuracy of 73.