multiplex family

multiplex family

A family in which a person diagnosed with a complex genetic disorder has a 1st- or 2nd-degree relative with the same diagnosis.
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Among the details are using the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition for identification and assessment, simplex versus multiplex family studies, possible differences in immune system functioning, and phonological processing.
THERE are some corners of the commercial film world that are not aimed at the multiplex family audience, and one of them will be under discussion in Newcastle this week.
Population studies, twin studies, and multiplex family studies now point to a far greater impact of genetics on the development of epilepsy than ever suspected, said Dr.
Multiplex with HDR-Inspect, a series of universal X-ray inspection systems from YXLON, combines the high mechanical speed of the Multiplex family with new, innovative HDR-Inspect technology (Highly Dynamic Radioscopy) to achieve brilliant image quality at a high throughput rate: Due to the HDR filter, the inspection item is as if made of glass.
Bertram and his associates examined two groups of patients; the first consisted of 1,439 subjects from 437 families with Alzheimer's disease who participated in the National Institute of Mental Health multiplex family study between 1991 and 1997.
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