Examples of genetic in a Sentence
hemophilia and other genetic medical disorders
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Some studies indicate that random genetic mutations cause many cases, and no single factor may be responsible.
The trouble is that no genetic mutation or disease is specific to race.
The Los Angeles Times’ Deborah Netburn writes that the disease, known as canine transmissible venereal tumor, stems from the genetic mutation of a single North American dog that lived up to 8,225 years ago.
Throughout history, unfortunate accidents, maverick surgeries, disease and genetic mutations have helped scientists learn how different parts of the brain work.
Using cells with the genetic mutations associated with the disease, Novoheart was able to reproduce similar electrical and mechanical malfunctions.
But while Kalydeco, also known as ivacaftor, was found to be effective, it was only approved for a sliver of patients with the disease — those who had certain genetic mutations.
Alicia Barber’s son Jamison, 1, was born with Harlequin ichthyosis, a rare genetic mutation that means his skin is covered with hard scales, and requires baths in bleach twice a week and rough exfoliation to stave off infections.
The unusual pigmentation could be attributed to a variety of reasons, according Jeffs, but the most common cause is genetic mutation.
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GENETIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of genetic for English Language Learners
: of, relating to, or involving genes
GENETIC Defined for Kids
medical Definition of genetic
geneticallyplay \-i-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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