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Synonyms for inheritable

capable of being inherited

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Under the auspices of MDA's Medical and Scientific Advisory committees, Association-backed scientists intensively search for the underlying causes and the potential therapies that might eliminate in part or whole the effects of these various inheritable and endocrine myopathies.
People often assume that IGM is needed to enable couples to avoid passing inheritable genetic diseases such as Tay Sachs and cystic fibrosis to their children.
Antonio Giordano, lead author of the study and director of the Sbarro Institute and the Center for Biotechnology at Temple, said: "The finding that the expression of p16INK4A was reduced both in patients and their parents in our samples suggests that this alteration could be a novel marker of an inheritable susceptibility to retinoblastoma in young patients.
Although hypospadias, the birth defect that involves an abnormally-placed urinary opening, and cryptorchidism, the lack of descension of one or both testes in the scrotal sac, are associated with a risk of developing testicular germ cell cancer, it was unclear whether all three were inheritable.
Moreover, the government plans to allocate lifelong, inheritable pensions to the families of the victims of the terrorist attack that took place on Friday in Arish and left close to 305 dead and 125 injured.
Thesaurus Master[TM] has a new "SKOS Atypon" export for users on that platform, an API to return the thesaurus in JSON format, and facet or text field values are now inheritable for descendant terms.
The process of modifying an embryo to eradicate inheritable diseases is called "germline engineering," because the genetically modified child born from that embryo will pass on the changes with their own germ cells (egg or sperm).
From the Field--Vulnerability of fish to angling has been linked to inheritable traits, and studies also have demonstrated that fish can learn to avoid lures.
Duchenne muscular dystrophy is an X-linked recessive, inheritable disease that affects approximately 1 in 3,600 boys.
The key to biological evolution is a tight linkage between inheritable genotype and gene-directed phenotype, which allows the phenotype to be the target of selection.
The first Mount Sinai application on the Helix platform, available with approval of a clinician, will allow prospective parents to learn about their risks of passing on certain of the many potential inheritable genetic disorders to their children.
Clark-Pujara uses economic history to investigate how the business of slavery shaped the establishment and growth of lifelong inheritable bondage in the North and how it affected the process of emancipation and black freedom.
CERF is the Canine Eye Register Foundation, which certifies dogs for inheritable eye diseases.
Are they okay with NO inheritable benefit from this pension asset to their estate/children/grandchildren, if by chance they and their spouse decease soon after retiring, or before they meet their life expectancies?