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monogenic

[‚män·ə′jen·ik]
(genetics)
Relating to or controlled by one gene.
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The monogenic binary coding algorithm is relatively more widely used among many facial expression recognition technologies, and many improved methods with high recognition rate have been derived over time.
ROHHAD syndrome should be kept in mind in the differential diagnosis of monogenic obesity.
The diagnosis and management of monogenic diabetes in children and adolescents.
Prevalence of monogenic diabetes amongst Polish children after a nationwide genetic screening campaign.
Clinically, RNA-seq as a complementary tool for undiagnosedpatientswillhelpdrivethepersonalizedmedicine promise by developing a database of functional implications of individual VUSs in monogenic and also polygenic cases for heterogeneous disorders.
In fact, it has already been done in rare monogenic subtypes of the disease, but there are challenges when it comes to applying precision medicine to T1D and T2D [13-15].
This case presents the not previously reported chance possibility of a child inheriting compound heterozygous monogenic diabetes mutations from unrelated parents affected by two different forms of MODY.
This condition is called monogenic diabetes and is diagnosed based on certain criteria, specifically, genetic testing.
Genetic causes of monogenic heterozygous familial hypercholesterolemia: a HuGE prevalence review.
In this way, simple illustrations incorporate a considerable amount of information that provides the opportunity to determine genotype and phenotype probabilities for monogenic Mendelian traits without the need to draw Punnett square for every parental genotype combination.
This is especially important in terms of rare monogenic diseases (hereditary autoinflammatory diseases), which constitute a part of inflammation-based diseases that occur in childhood.
Pharnext's innovative PLEOTHERAPY R&D approach is based on the multifactorial nature of diseases (even when monogenic) as well as network pharmacology.