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of or relating to the human body

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affecting or characteristic of the body as opposed to the mind or spirit

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Factors such as ontogenetic age of maternal tissue, hormonal levels, type of culture medium used, among others, interfere with the various stages of somatic embryo formation (MOURA et al., 2017).
Although protocols for somatic embryogenesis have been reported in mahogany (Collado et al., 2006; Maruyama, 2009; Collado et al., 2010), to the best of our knowledge, no histological or biochemical analyses of SE development have been described.
Somatic Therapy consists of and draws from a number of techniques.
This disorder causes significant distress because of at least one somatic symptom and is persistent (lasting over 6 months).
Somatic embryogenesis: The cultivation of papaya by seeds is hampered by many problems such as considerable variability in a commercial population resulting from open pollination, dioeciously nature, and susceptibility to a large number of diseases (Kavitha et al.
We found depressed mood, insomnia-middle, insomnia-delayed, anxiety-psychic, somatic symptoms-gastrointestinal (GIT), somatic symptomsgeneral, genital symptoms, and insight were statistically significant between two groups.
Recent research has demonstrated that somatic mutations in the BRCA1/2 genes account for a significant percentage of BRCA1/2 mutations in ovarian, breast, prostate and pancreatic cancers.
While previous studies have partially characterized somatic mutations present in iPSCs, a complete understanding of their mutational burden is lacking, despite more than 1,000 iPSC lines having been developed worldwide.
There were inverse correlations for vasosomatic symptom frequency and general somatic symptom frequency and severity with carotid artery compliance and brachial artery flow-mediated dilation (FMD).
The surgeon performed a medial approach for deep pelvic endometriosis with rectal and/or parametrial involvement extending to the pelvic wall and somatic nerve, or a lateral approach for isolated endometriosis of the pelvic wall and somatic nerves.
It is now thought that, although they are exceptionally rare, deep soft tissue leiomyomas do in fact exist [1-8] and can occur in somatic soft tissue or in the retroperitoneum and abdominal cavity.
Despite this well-known inherited basis of PCCs and paragangliomas (PGLs), during the past decades somatic mutations with variable frequency in many genes, including EPAS1 (HIF2[alpha]), RET, VHL, RAS, NF1, ATRX, and CSDE1 recurrent somatic copy number alterations and several fusion genes, involving MAML3, BRAF, NGFR, and NF1, have been progressively identified [5-16].
Objective: To translate and validate the Bradford Somatic Inventory (BSI) in Pashto.
The percentage of women, depression severity, level of general psychopathology and distress, and somatic symptom reporting (SCL-90), as well as the tendency to somatosensory amplification and three forms of somatic symptom attributions, were significantly higher in alexithymic patients than in non-alexithymic patients.