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pol·y·gen·e·sis

 (pŏl′ē-jĕn′ĭ-sĭs)
n.
Development from more than one source.

pol′y·ge·net′ic (pŏl′ē-jə-nĕt′ĭk), po·lyg′e·nous (pə-lĭj′ə-nəs) adj.
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Polygenetic risk scores for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder predict creativity.
Researchers began the hard work of analyzing induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells gathered from large groups of patients to learn more about how individual mutations contribute to polygenetic diseases.
Polygenetic analysis of HAV isolates within the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's US HAV database.
This developmental perspective has a clear relevance in understanding how this latent liability for psychosis is influenced by social learning opportunities, psychosocial stress factors, and polygenetic potentiators playing a crucial role, during maturation, in the clinical expression of psychotic disorders as well as other possible developmental trajectories (e.
No single mutation or polymorphism has been found that explains most cases of the illness, and a polygenetic explanation for increased susceptibility is most likely.
Afterwards, historians of science and race have suggested, a biologically determinist understanding of race--one associated in part with polygenetic explanations of human origins and encouraged by social Darwinism--became dominant (Anderson, 2007; Lorimer, 1978; Stepan, 1982).
These interventions would be directed towards identified polygenetic clusters of at-risk subgroups.
Due to the fact that both bipolar disorder and PCOS are complex polygenetic diseases, endophenotypic overlap between these two disorders may be a result of common genes.
we can see from a bird's view or a polygenetic perspective the dialogue of cultures, continents and oceans, the dialogue of the creation of the worlds which is seen completely different from a frog's or a monocultural perspective" (Blazic, "Strokovna" 70).
Although one would not put much value in tests with effect sizes too small for clinical utility, in the future aggregate risk factors for a polygenetic component may become usable in genetic counselling.
Some authors expressed surprise at the fact that the polygenetic risk scores had no significant effect on the phenotypes.