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subtype

1. A gene that has a small mutation in its nucleotide sequence.
2. An organism that carries or expresses an allele with a minor variation that distinguishes it from other members of the species.
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To address this critical need, GeneCentric has applied its Cancer Subtyping Platform (CSP) to develop a comprehensive profile of head and neck tumor subtypes that can guide drug development, clinical trials and patient treatment.
incidence rates for aggressive subtypes of uterine cancer rose rapidly among women ages 30 to 79 from 2000 to 2015.
The molecular subtype of the ICB could be determined retrospectively in 20 cases (90.9%).
Using miR-31, researchers potentially could separate individuals with CD into subtypes in order to more accurately determine if a particular drug works for one subtype and not the other.
Correlation of histologic grade with other clinicopathological parameters, intrinsic subtype, and patients' clinical outcome in Taiwanese women.
Research in Canada showed declines in the LAA subtype and the SVD subtype associated with declines in LDL-C and blood pressure.
Patients in the study were characterized with regard to the most advanced subtype of GIM and were divided into three groups: patients without GIM, patients with only complete GIM, and patients with an incomplete GIM subtype at [greater than or equal to] 1 biopsy sites.
Ischemic heart disease (75%) and atrial fibrillation (50%) were the major risk factors for cardioembolic subtype, according to Nadia et al.
The H9N2 subtype virus identified in Burkina Faso seems to have originated from Morocco, although we cannot rule out the possibility that H9N2 subtype viruses were circulating in unsampled locations (online Technical Appendix Figure 2, Video, https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/EID/article/23/12/171294-V1.htm).
There is a movement afoot to replace the current subtype classification with a more broad and inclusive description of rosacea diagnostic features.
In univariate analysis, only molecular subtype were found to be statistically significant predictor of PCR (p=0.001).
As this issue of MLO goes to press, the United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) National Veterinary Services Laboratories (NVSL) has confirmed the full subtype for the highly pathogenic H7 avian influenza reported in Lincoln County, TN.