residual function

residual function

The functional capacity remaining after an illness or injury.
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Mutations in the CFTR gene that produce CFTR protein responsive to SYMDEKO include F508del and mutations in which the CFTR protein shows residual function. SYMDEKO will be considered for Australian reimbursement for eligible CF patients aged 12 years and older at the March meeting of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee.
Mutations in the CFTR gene that produce CFTR protein responsive to SYMDEKO include F508del and mutations in which the CFTR protein shows residual function: P67L, R117C, L206W, R352Q, A455E, D579G, 711+3A->G, S945L, S977F, R1070W, D1152H, 2789+5G->A, 3272-26A->G, 3849+10kbC->T, E56K, R74W, D110E, D110H, E193K, E831X, F1052V, K1060T, A1067T, F1074L and D1270N.
Following the privatization of its big-ticket power assets, NPC's main residual function is to energize heaps of the country's island-grid and far-flung areas.
We apply the RPSM to find out series solution for this equation subject to given initial conditions by replacing its power series expansion with its truncated residual function. From this equation a repetition formula for the calculation of coefficients is supplied, while coefficients in PS expansion can be calculated repeatedly from the truncated residual function (El-Ajou et al., 2013; 2015).
This case encourages surgeons to always adopt atraumatic surgical techniques that can enable the preservation of cochlear structure and residual function after CI surgery.
When a premature termination codon arises in the upstream sequence, the downstream sequence of Met62 or Met116 can escape nonsense-mediated mRNA decay and translate into protein with residual function [Figure 1]c, resulting in blockade of the metabolism of AdoCbl in mitochondria.
While it may be that the ALJ considered this evidence in deciding both which doctors and evidence to credit and whether the state agency decision deserved substantial weight, this court's review cannot rest on such guesswork.<br />Residual function capacity<br />Woods also contends that the ALJ did not adequately perform the residual function capacity assessment.
The function F(x, {[W.sub.i]}) represents the learned residual function (the function F(x, {[W.sub.i]}) represents multiple convolution layers).
The therapy helps patients with a condition that means they carry two copies of the F508del mutation, or have one such mutation and one residual function mutation that is responsive to tezacaftor/ivacaftor.
say, where P(x) = P(x; [alpha]) is the residual function which is the sum of the residues of the generating function, [phi](s) to be defined below, with weights and we are to express the error term [DELTA](x; [delta]) in terms of special functions and where the prime on the summation sign means that the term corresponding to ([n.sub.1] + [[alpha].sub.1]) ...
The neurolysis leaves the nerve with about 25% less function than before but does not disadvantage people with little or no residual function, as a mild progressive denervation can be beneficial in reducing spasticity (6).