noncarrier

noncarrier

(ˌnɒnˈkærɪə)
n
a person or thing that does not carry something, such as a disease or genetic predisposition to somethingan organization, company, or product that does not carry or offer a particular service
adj
relating to any entity that does not carry something
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Since the Telecommunications Act requires existing carriers to offer for resale any service provided at retail to noncarrier customers, the new rules contain a methodology and definitions to apply the law's "avoided cost standard." This standard requires states to identify which marketing, billing and collection costs are avoidable when an existing carrier provides services wholesale, and the states also must calculate the portion of the retail rates attributable to those costs.
Since a child with the defect would only be produced if both parents were carriers, the workers began testing everyone in hopes that each carrier would marry a noncarrier.
noncarrier) and IQR increases in annual average PAHs, EC, and N[O.sub.2] concentrations at each child's school on behavioral problem scores and ADHD symptom scores [mean ratios (95% CI), n = 1,589 and n = 1,553 for behavior problem and ADHD symptom scores, respectively]; 12-month trajectories for HRT-SE (inattentiveness) tests and tests of working memory [p (95% CI), n = 1,488 and n = 1,591 for inattentiveness and working memory scores, respectively]; and MRI-based measures of caudate, putamen, and globus pallidus volumes [p (95% CI), n = 163].
in 2005 [9] in which investigation of 39 family members of a patient with AMDM demonstrated mean height SDS of heterozygote NPR2 carriers to be 1.4 SD below noncarrier family members.
rs10455872 Noncarrier Carrier P-value Number 93 640 15 529 Women, % 55 55 0.92 Age, years 59 (48-68) 59 (48-68) 0.43 Alcohol, units/week 8 (3-15) 8 (3-15) 0.44 Hypertension, % 62 62 0.91 Smoking, % 20 19 0.02 Aspirin (a), % 12 13 0.0001 INR 1.00 (0.90-1.01) 1.00 (0.90-1.01) 0.59 APTT, s 28 (26-30) 28 (26-30) 0.47 Values are median (interquartile range) or percent.
As a result, asthmatic patients carrying the G allele at -1508A>G had significantly higher serum levels of periostin, myeloperoxidase, and urinary levels of 15-hydroxyeicosatetraenoic acid and sphingosine-1-phosphate compared with noncarrier asthma patients.
In this study, we examined whether in healthy older individuals memory performance is associated with increased brain iron, and whether gender and gene variant carrier (IRON+) vs noncarrier (IRON-) status (for HFE H63D/TfC2) modify the associations.
By contrast, only 3% of the children born to noncarrier mothers acquired S.
While conditional on these two markers, segregation of other markers is independent of T and can be treated the same as markers on the noncarrier chromosome.
63) ends with the claim that "a color-blind person and a noncarrier have no chance of having a color-blind child." Yet as I recall from basic biology class, color blindness is considered a prime example of a sex-linked trait, which makes the above statement untrue.
You may be a A noncarrier to a carrier carrier or a carrier to a noncarrier.
(a) Model: Haplotype is coded as noncarrier (participant was homozygous for both major alleles; AA/CC frequency: 0.89) versus carrier.