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deficiency

Biology the absence of a gene or a region of a chromosome normally present
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High levels of saturation index can be caused by iron excess and protein deficiency.
4 billion people around the world thought to already be at risk of protein deficiency.
0%), lipopolysaccharide-responsive beigelike anchor protein deficiency (LRBA) (n=3, 10.
It is related with mechanical, nutritional and immunological problems as well as electrolyte imbalance and protein deficiency.
For example, he said, while about three decades ago, the bulk of blood transfusion was consumed by people suffering from anaemia or protein deficiency, in the present day and time, victims of road accidents and patients of chronic kidney failure resulting from Diabetes, etc.
Weakness and fatigue are common symptoms of protein deficiency.
The tenth edition updates statistics and adds sections on diseases caused by sugars, protein deficiency, and alcohol abuse in older adults.
Protein deficiency is likely to be associated with deficiencies in vitamins (e.
In a developing country like India dietary protein deficiency especially among pregnant women is common.
Kate Williams, from Thornhill, Cardiff suffers from a low protein deficiency and rare gene mutation that makes her thousands of times more likely to develop a blood clot.
Protein deficiency has an adverse effect on many immune functions.
eradication of malnutrition and protein deficiency it is important to note that Quail meat can reduce this protein deficiency in poor countries [7] as well as can be a cheaper source of creating employment opportunities[12].