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somatic

1. of or relating to the soma
2. of or relating to an animal body or body wall as distinct from the viscera, limbs, and head
3. of or relating to the human body as distinct from the mind
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Oligoclonal IgG4-producing plasmablasts are detected in the peripheral blood of IgG4-RD patients [10, 11], and this population of somatically hypermutated B cells has been proposed as disease biomarker.
* Give the high demands of a national university tennis championship, we consider that the entire preparation process must follow the requirements set at this level, both somatically and functionally, as well as technically and tactically.
We have already somatically tested and treated for PKU long enough to see its incidence increase.
Somatically acquired LINE-1 insertions in normal esophagus undergo clonal expansion in esophageal squamous cell carcinoma.
He also noted that AGT-181 was similarly efficacious somatically (related to the rest of the body other than the brain) to currently available enzyme replacement therapy and displayed a favorable safety and tolerability profile.
(2) The Way of the Body The Kinesthete uses physical movement as a primary mode of learning and somatically experiencing subtle emotional and spiritual states of consciousness in various parts of their body.
More frequently, only one mutated allele is inherited and loss of the other allele occurs somatically, as in Lynch syndrome (LS), an autosomal dominant condition that predisposes to cancer development (particularly colorectal cancer (CRCs) and ovarian and endometrial cancer) [28].
This suffering often proves to be the source of unresolved emotions that are then expressed somatically. This is the fundamental cause of PPD in ACE survivors.
Our results also suggest that ISPT can be used to create simulated files that can be used in MBPT for a broader range of NGS tests, including tests designed to detect germline as well as somatically acquired variants, mitochondrial as well as nuclear variants, and so forth.
Several somatically based therapies have been developed for the treatment of psychoemotional trauma.
The bulging eyes and parching tongues of the mariners, in a "scorching sun" and "copper sky," are somatically indicative of a dreaming imagination stuck in a morbid irresolution.
This creates an uncertainty surrounding the question as to whether the upregulation of protein level occurs somatically or as a result of germline gene mutations and/or gain-of-function mutations.