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Sentence with the noun Aberrations

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This is the curse of our age, even the strangest aberrations are no cure for boredom.

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Of all the sexual aberrations, chastity is the strangest.
(Anatole France)

Of all the sexual aberrations, perhaps the most peculiar is chastity.
(Remy de Gourmont)

Diabetes is associated with aberrations in glucose metabolism.
(Nature Communications, )

Targeted cancer therapy requires knowledge of driver aberrations.
(Nature Communications, )

Multipolar spindles are a feature of cancer cells often associated with chromosomal aberrations.
(Nature Cell Biology, )

In fact, it is among the most frequent chromosomal aberrations seen in many cancers, including ovarian and breast cancers.
(Science Daily - News, )

Direct wavefront sensing with laser ‘guide stars’ is used in astronomy and microscopy to correct for optical aberrations.
(Nature Communications, )

Ring chromosomes are structural aberrations commonly associated with birth defects, mental disabilities and growth retardation.
(Nature, )

These aberrations result from stressors in the intrauterine environment (maternal smoking, diet, or high levels of endocrine-disrupting chemicals).
(Science Daily - News, )

Here the authors analyse DNA copy number aberrations in primary tumours from CRC patients and identify genetic variants that influence drug response.
(Nature Communications, )

Dewhurst et al. examined the evolution and consequences of chromosomal aberrations using long-term culture of a diploid colon cancer progenitor cell line.
(Nature Reviews Cancer, )

Now a multi-institutional research team has identified a family of enzymes they say is crucial for the growth of cancers that have genetic aberrations in p53.
(Science Daily - News, )

The Pan-Cancer Initiative, a major effort to analyze the molecular aberrations in cancer cells across a range of tumor types, has yielded an abundance of new findings.
(Science Daily - News, )

Dewhurst and colleagues examined the evolution and consequences of chromosomal aberrations in long-term culture of a diploid colon cancer progenitor cell line over time.
(Nature Reviews Genetics, )

Owing to the severity of these large aberrations that can affect multiple contiguous genes, no possible therapeutic strategies for ring chromosome disorders have been proposed.
(Nature, )

Zhu et al. identified mutations in the histone-lysine N-methyltransferase SETD2 and showed that these mutations cooperate with other genetic aberrations to promote acute leukaemia.
(Nature Reviews Cancer, )

Here, the authors carry out genome and transcriptome sequencing of clear cell renal cell carcinomas (ccRCCs) and highlight genomic aberrations and biological pathways underlying ccRCC tumorigenesis.
(Nature Communications, )

A phase II trial has investigated ibrutinib monotherapy in patients with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) harbouring TP53 aberrations, who often have a poor response to first-line chemoimmunotherapy.
(Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology, )

The "virtuous" origin of derivatives as a means to protect, say, farmers from weather aberrations, has morphed into something dangerous and harmful to Wall Street investors, and by contagion, Main Street.
(Forbes - Education, )

Many cancers harbour deficiencies in DNA double-strand break (DSB) repair; in particular, aberrations affecting components of the homologous recombination (HR) pathway, such as BRCA1 and BRCA2, and ATM, are common.
(Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology, )

Benjamin Raphael and colleagues report an analysis of altered subnetworks of somatic aberrations in TCGA pan-cancer data sets, including 3,281 samples from 12 cancer types, using a newly developed HotNet2 algorithm.
(Nature Genetics, )

The latest sequencing and analysis methods have successfully identified somatic alterations, including single-nucleotide variants, insertions and deletions, copy-number aberrations, structural variants and gene fusions.
(Nature Reviews Genetics, )

Our results suggest a fundamentally different function for cellular reprogramming as a means of ‘chromosome therapy’ to reverse combined loss-of-function across many genes in cells with large-scale aberrations involving ring structures.
(Nature, )

DNA methylation patterns are disrupted in various malignancies, suggesting a role in the development of cancer, but genetic aberrations directly linking the DNA methylation machinery to malignancies were rarely observed, so this association remained largely correlative.
(Nature Reviews Cancer, )

Epigenetic aberrations, which are recognized as key drivers of several human diseases, are often caused by genetic defects that result in functional deregulation of epigenetic proteins, their altered expression and/or their atypical recruitment to certain gene promoters.
(Nature Reviews Drug Discovery, )

To test the optical performance and components of the beamline, the scientists put a material in the path of the x-ray beam and attempted to characterize its structure as the best way to identify and fix possible flaws or aberrations that the instrument could have caused.
(Science Daily - News, )

Moreover, we have found that several important histone regulator genes (MLL2 (also called KMT2D), ASH1L, MLL3 (KMT2C), SETD1B, CREBBP and EP300) are frequently altered in ESCC. Pathway assessment reveals that somatic aberrations are mainly involved in the Wnt, cell cycle and Notch pathways.
(Nature, )

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