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Synonyms for association

Synonyms for association

a group of people united in a relationship and having some interest, activity, or purpose in common

a group of athletic teams that play each other

something, such as a feeling, thought, or idea, associated in one's mind or imagination with a specific person or thing

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the act of consorting with or joining with others

the state of being connected together as in memory or imagination

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the process of bringing ideas or events together in memory or imagination

a social or business relationship

a relation resulting from interaction or dependence

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(chemistry) any process of combination (especially in solution) that depends on relatively weak chemical bonding

(ecology) a group of organisms (plants and animals) that live together in a certain geographical region and constitute a community with a few dominant species

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Strengthening the reporting of genetic association studies (STREGA): an extension of the strengthening the reporting of observational studies in epidemiology (STROBE) statement.
Their study provides strong genetic association results for a non-synonymous SNP (rs10516487, R61H, combined p = 3.
Most genetic association studies reduce three genotypes to two by using recessive (assuming heterozygotes have no increased risk), co-dominant (a perallele effect that places heterozygotes halfway between minor and major homozygous genotypes), or dominant genetic models (in which heterozygotes have the same increased risk as minor homozygous genotypes).
To address the need for genetic association studies aimed at testing the hypothesis of the existence of genetic determinants of interindividual variability in human arsenic metabolism, we used existing polymorphism catalogs for GSTO and PNP, produced a resequencing-derived catalog of polymorphisms in CYT19 (no such resequencing-based catalog was publicly available), and tested 23 polymorphic sites within these three genes in a population of arsenic-exposed subjects from the Yaqui Valley area of Sonora, Mexico, who had been phenotyped for the levels of urinary metabolites of arsenic.
Genome-wide association studies require large numbers of patients to discover significant genetic associations.
The Navigenics(TM) Health Compass service, officially launched today, uses genotyping, coupled with the latest research findings on genetic associations with an initial set of 18 common medical conditions, to provide a personalized genetic assessment to its members.
The project will leverage the unique resources of the Social Science Genetic Association Consortium (SSGAC), which is co-led by the applicant.
By analyzing the cellular circuitry underlying the strongest genetic association with obesity, the researchers have unveiled a new pathway that controls human metabolism by prompting our adipocytes, or fat cells, to store fat or burn it away.
CEO: John Colenutt, "Genomics") announced today that they have entered into a collaborative agreement to use Genomics' sophisticated statistical analyses of large-scale multi-phenotype genetic association data to inform Eisai's drug discovery process, including target selection, target validation, indication selection and repositioning.
Incorporating the genetic variability into the genetic association analysis in a mixed model would control population stratification and result in heritability estimate explained by polygenic effects (Yang et al.
Researchers from the Social Science Genetic Association Consortium set up an experiment that searched 2 million variable locations known as SNPs in the DNA of 101,069 people for variants that appeared to be linked to educational attainment.
Next, for each adverse outcome we assigned a percent attributable risk due to a genetic association (Table 1).
Genetic association studies only are a first step in understanding the biology underlying alcohol dependence.
The topics include integrable connections and Galois representations, the geometry of tame almost complex structures on four-dimensional manifolds, recent developments in differentiable sphere theorems, a tailored finite-point method for the numerical simulation of partial differential equations, a one-parameter family of expanding wave solutions of the Einstein equations that induces an anomalous acceleration into the standard model of cosmology, and statistical analysis in genetic association studies of mental illnesses.
For example, genetic association studies of psychiatric disorders have located gene variants associated with the disorders, but have been able to explain only a small percentage of their heritability.