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Onus probandi
Onus O"nus, n. [L.] A burden; an obligation. Onus probandi[L.], obligation to furnish evidence to prove a thing; the burden of proof.

Meaning of Proband from wikipedia

- medical genetics and other medical fields, a proband, proposito (male proband), or proposita (female proband) is a particular subject (person or animal)...
- a person's direct ancestors in a fixed sequence of ascent: Subject (or proband) Father Mother Paternal grandfather Paternal grandmother Maternal grandfather...
- mutation. The aniridic probands showed typical features of sclerocornea with nystagmus in proband 28–1 (A); Foveal hypoplasia in proband 27–1 (B); Ptosis,...
- the index case is the case of the original patient (i.e. propositus or proband) that stimulates investigation of other members of the family to discover...
- at any age.[citation needed] Other criteria have also been proposed: A proband with any childhood cancer or sarcoma, brain tumor or adrenal cortical carcinoma...
- of bipolar disorder overlaps with heritable components of creativity. Probands of people with bipolar disorder are more likely to be professionally successful...
- an epistemological frame using critical realism. Tholey instructed his probands to continuously suspect waking life to be a dream, in order that such a...
- data suggests that the Type 1 probands die mainly from cancer, type 2 from CHD, whereas Type 3 and especially Type 4 probands show a much lower death rate...
- 5-hydroxytryptamine in normal human blood and urine. (...) In 11 of 37 probands N,N-dimethyltryptamine was demonstrated in blood (...). In the urine 42·95...
- parent of the proband is affected, the risk to the siblings is 50%. When the parents are clinically unaffected, the risk to the sibs of a proband appears to...
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