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genetic

adjective atavistic, congenital, hereditary, ingrained, inherited, innate
See also: born, hereditary, innate, native
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Published in Reproductive BioMedicine Online, the study showed how abnormalities in five-day old human blastocysts can be identified by the rate at which they have developed, meaning the researchers could establish risk of genetic abnormality without a biopsy.
Those in the business of promoting or conducting fertility treatments have little motivation to ensure that donors fully understand the physical and emotional stresses of fertility treatment, the absence of data regarding long-term health impacts, or the probability and repercussions of having an undiagnosed genetic abnormality.
A genetic abnormality known as 22q11 deletion syndrome appears to occur more commonly among incarcerated inmates than might be expected, Victoria Harris, M.
It's designed to find a particular genetic abnormality that produces an anti-Candida protein.
Perhaps a concealed genetic abnormality in concert with a marathon on an unseasonably warm day triggers the unthinkable.
A three-year-old girl who was said to have died of obesity was in fact the victim of a genetic abnormality, it has been reported.
The cleft is thought to have been caused by a genetic abnormality.
Analysis of the blood samples showed that fathers were as likely as mothers in the affected families to carry the genetic abnormality, increasing the risk of any resulting children also carrying the genetic defect.
An alternate explanation for the lesions is that this particular animal had a genetic abnormality that weakened the bones of the spine.
The drug is designed to tackle chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML), a common and potentially fatal form of the disease, by 'correcting' a genetic abnormality in bone marrow.
In addition, mice which received a genetic abnormality from only one of their parents also showed a lower decomposition capability than normal mice.
Children born with a certain genetic abnormality linked to leukaemia could be given a jab to prevent them from going on to develop the disease.