Modelling pathogenesis and treatment of familial dysautonomia using patient-specific iPSCs.
What does DYS stand for?
DYS stands for Familial Dysautonomia
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We have 21 other meanings of DYS in our Acronym Attic
- Diocesan Youth Retreat Team (Lubbock, TX)
- Do You Really Want to Know?
- Dangeul-Yvré-Savigné (French volleyball club)
- Directorate of Youth and Sport (EU)
- District Youth Secretary
- Division of Youth Services
- DNA Y-Chromosome Segment (genetics)
- Do You See?
- Difficult (Prefix)
- Davis Youth Softball Association (California)
- Delaware Youth Soccer Association
- Delta Youth Soccer Association (British Columbia, Canada)
- Disabled Youth South Africa (Disabled People South Africa program)
- Do You Speak American (Public Broadcasting Service documentary)
- Durango Youth Soccer Association (Colorado)
- Digitally Simulated Analog Computer
- Damn You, Stickley Bungalow! (blog)
- Did You Say Beer?
Samples in periodicals archive:
Familial Dysautonomia This dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system has been found only in Ashkenazi Jews.
FAMILIAL dysautonomia is a rare genetic disorder that affects the development and function of nerves throughout a person's body.
Berish Rubin, chairman of the Department of Biological Sciences, Fordham University, who is a specialist in the genetic illness Familial Dysautonomia.
The son, Andrew Slaw, has a rare and fatal genetic disorder called familial dysautonomia, or FD.
If only one parent harbors the mutation, a child won't show the disease but has a 50 percent chance of carrying the mutation On occasion, physicians come across a second, milder form of familial dysautonomia This apparently stems from inheriting an even rarer mutation in IKBKAP from one parent and the more common mutation from the other.
But she got some ``hits,'' Internet parlance for finding World Wide Web pages containing a specified word, and moments later, Sherman, who has suffered from the disease since she was born, was staring at the familial dysautonomia home page, which had information on the cause, symptoms and treatment of the disease, which strikes only people of Eastern European ancestry.
Ezra, now 5, has familial dysautonomia (FD), a genetic disease occurring primarily in Jews.