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hereditary

adjective ancestorial, ancestral, ancient, congenital, connatal, connate, constitutional, genealogical, genetic, hereditable, hereditarius, heritable, inborn, inbred, indigenous, ingenerate, inherited, innate, instinctive, lineal, native, passed down, traditional, transmissible
Associated concepts: hereditary disease, hereditary insanity, hereditary succession
See also: born, consanguineous, derivative, genetic, heritable, innate, native, testamentary

hereditary

descending or capable of descending to succeeding generations by inheritance; transmitted or transmissible according to established rules of descent.

HEREDITARY. That which is inherited.

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We look forward to working with US Food and Drug Administration and potentially providing these patients an alternative and plasma free option for hereditary angioedema prophylaxis.
Heterozygotes present with mild clinical picture with fully compensated hemolysis whereas homozygotes and compound heterozygotes like hereditary elliptocytosis in combination with beta thalassaemia trait present with severe hemolytic anaemia due to mutual enhancement of involved genes4.
The report provides a snapshot of the global therapeutic landscape of Hereditary Angioedema (HAE) (C1 Esterase Inhibitor [C1-INH] Deficiency)
Delyn Labour MP David Hanson, who has attempted to change the law in order to abolish the remaining hereditary peers, said: "Hereditary peers have no place in a modern democracy.
Hereditary peers were once guaranteed a seat in the House of Lords.
When peers die by-elections are held in which sitting hereditary peers from the same party group vote on the replacement.
QIAGEN s hereditary disease solution addresses the NGS analysis bottleneck by delivering seamless and highly accurate end-to-end workflows for the identification and interpretation of causal variants in hereditary and rare diseases from NGS data.
There are several indicators for the presence of hereditary cancer syndromes, including cancer diagnosed at an unusually young age, the presence of several different types of cancer, several close relatives with the same type of cancer, unusual presentation (such as breast cancer in a man), certain birth defects (such as skin growths or skeletal abnormalities associated with inherited cancer syndromes), and Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry.
The Gitxsan have always represented themselves as hereditary people.
The Huntington's Disease Association (HDA) won the prestigious GlaxoSmithKline IMPACT Award for its outstanding contribution to improving the lives of people with the hereditary disease across the UK.
16,28] There are very few, if any, other hereditary cancer registries in southern Africa and the African continent like the Lynch syndrome registry from the Western and Northern Cape, which provided the impetus for the Vergouwe study.
The drug, dubbed Cinryze, is the only drug in Europe with the indication for the prevention of hereditary angioedema and was introduced on the US market several years ago, news agency Europa Press quoted the director of the Spanish unit of ViroPharma, Gilbert Credi, as saying today.