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con·cor·dant

(kon-kōr'dant),
Denoting or exhibiting concordance.
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con·cor·dant

(kŏn-kōr'dănt)
Denoting or exhibiting concordance.
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Bold text shows mutations concordantly detected by whole-genome sequencing and Deeplex-MycTB (GenoScreen, https://www.genoscreen.fr) in samples subjected to both assays.
Concordantly, a significant change in the expression of the GRIK3 gene was detected in a patient diagnosed with severe developmental delay (53.) Many different kinds of signaling pathways are changed in AD, indeed the relevance of the biological pathways shown in figure 1 such as cytoskeletal regulation by Rho GTPase suggests mediating of these signaling pathways in the different lobs of brain, in this case in temporal cortex with differential regulation of CDC42.
Adolescents reported greater diabetes-related strengths when distress was concordantly low and fewer strengths when distress was concordantly high with significant association of concordance (a, = -2.950).
Concordantly, in this study, primary source traits of independence and emotional stability were found to be correlated positively with academic achievement scores at secondary school level.
Concordantly, related studies show a negatively correlated relationship between the amount of cigarettes smoked per day and self-efficacy level.
Concordantly, our group has shown that the dysregulation of Wnt signaling, driven by changes in the expression of a related family member (SFRP3), is also associated with inflammation, glucose metabolism, and insulin resistance in the skeletal muscle of insulin-resistant humans [15].
Concordantly, bovine 166 was the only animal that showed high numbers of IgM and IgG1 ASC in TBL.
Of the reads, 83.66% could be aligned, with 64.17% aligning concordantly and uniquely to the final version of the reference.
High APACHE II score on the day of bacteremia and MODS during hospitalization concordantly suggested critical ill conditions, which may lead to rapid death during hospitalization.
The two strands of the miRNA from the same precursor sequence were concordantly dysregulated.
Concordantly, the reactions of different hosts in case of the same disease may be different because of the immune system response given by host, and so, the disease progression varies from person to person.
Concordantly, our results exhibited abnormal lipid profiles when comparing CVD cases with their matched controls, particularly for TC and LDL, which were unexpectedly lower in the case group.