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variant

[′ver·ē·ənt]
(communications)
One of two or more cipher or code symbols which have the same plain text equivalent.
One of several plain text meanings that are represented by a single code group.

variant

As it pertains to aircraft and equipment, a different version of the original type, as in air defense variant, photo variant, etc.
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Its practitioners will require comprehensive expertise in medical genetics, genomics, bioinformatics, statistics, and in vitro and in vivo functional analysis, which, combined with the importance of the clinical variant in medicine, make clinical variant interpretation a heroic venture for our time.
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When looking at 202 genes predicted to be important in diseases from 14,002 people, John Novembre of the University of California, Los Angeles and colleagues unearthed five times as many rare genetic variants as expected.
A similar pattern of both single and double tonal notes in the first phrase was also noted within the Agness variant.
This type of girder was almost identical to the previous variant.
Similarly, a high-risk MC1R variant didn't increase melanoma risk in individuals with red or blond hair, but in those with dark hair it boosted the risk 2.
Faure thinks that the Romans introduced a disease to which people carrying the CCR5-Delta32 gene were particularly susceptible, and as the Romans moved north the disease killed off people with this variant.
The columnar cell variant of PTC was first reported by Evans in 1986.
The variant appears to affect functional coupling between the amygdala and regions of the brain that modulate it, and through this, affects emotional responses, wrote Dr.
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