genetic

(redirected from genetic etiology)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical.
Related to genetic etiology: Genetic Epistemology, genetic epidemiology

genetic

adjective atavistic, congenital, hereditary, ingrained, inherited, innate
See also: born, hereditary, innate, native
References in periodicals archive ?
Particularly, the genetic etiology of these diseases shows concurrence in an individual from the combination of multiple variants and ancestral determinants predisposing to the phenotype.
It is expected that within the next few years, the genetic etiology of RA will be substantially resolved by the repeated use of GWAS for populations worldwide and the meta-analysis of these studies.
Exploring the genetic etiology of low general cognitive ability from 14 to 36 months.
Evidence for a genetic etiology in hyperactivity in children.
That for which a genetic etiology is sought is decided, in large part, by biomedical researchers who seek DNA variations only for certain conditions (and we have yet to question sufficiently their choices) and the public and private agencies that fund those investigations.
However, in the past decade, there has been an explosion of new research, with dramatic discoveries involving genetic etiology and epidemiological risk factors.
WGS is touted as better for assessing disorders that have an apparent genetic etiology but that are not amenable to current methods, including those caused by noncoding variants, interaction between multiple variants across the genome, or variants in regulatory regions.
Evidence of a link between breast cancer and later melanoma implies a shared genetic etiology Dr.