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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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Myeloid markers CD13 and CD33 were aberrantly (either together or separately) expressed in 21 cases of precursor B ALL and 1 case of T ALL (only CD33).
If we behave aberrantly at home, then that will affect our relationships with people in the community.
[12] Hypersensitivity reactions may prime the HPA axis to respond aberrantly to stressors, resulting in physical and behavioural consequences.
(5) Neurovascular signaling is also aberrantly upregulated; vanilloid and ankyrin receptors have been shown to be active in rosacea, and are activated by rosacea-exacerbating stimuli, such as heat, inflammation, and spices.
Some lymphoma cells can aberrantly express CD43, and the most common genetic aberration is a t(11;18).
Bids totaled $166.8 B for a 2.80 cover, better than the aberrantly low 2.48, but below the 3.03 average.
With many advanced types of cancer, certain tumor- associated antigens such as CEA (cancer embryonic antigen), PSA (prostate specific antigen) and MUC1 (cell surface associated mucin 1) are over-expressed (that is, produced in very large quantities) and aberrantly expressed (produced in abnormal forms).
We have been talking about low-value services, such as needless diagnostic scans, for decades, along with fraudulent billing, aberrantly high prices and abnormally high administrative costs."
Initial EKG revealed ventricular heart rate of 66BPM, atrial rate of 234 BPM, atrial flutter with variable A-V premature ventricular beats and aberrantly conducted complexes, prolonged QT of 474 ms, QTc 496 ms.
miRNAs modulate gene activity and are aberrantly expressed in most types of cancers [5].
Through big data meta-analysis, we provided evidence to illustrate the prognostic value of aberrantly expressed lncRNAs in GIC patients.
Therefore, it is possible that disruption of the PD-1/PD-L1 interaction at the level of the germinal center may have led to the de novo formation of aberrantly directed antibodies to self-antigens found in the CNS.