- n. All the siblings of a family
“The sibling history data are structured such that there is one observation per respondent, with the entire collection of siblings born to the same mother ( "sibship") recorded within that observation.”
“Recurrent 22q11. 2 deletion in a sibship suggestive of parental germline mosaicism in velocardiofacial syndrome.”
“Some are only children, while others have several siblings and may occasionally represent the only member of the sibship to have fallen into violent ways.”
“Sibling-year observations are weighted to address the underrepresentation of high-mortality families in population-based surveys following the general methods proposed by Gakidou and King, where Bf is the original sibship size and”
“The percent dead for females has been corrected in sibship sizes 1, 2, and 3 to account for the increased occurrence of zero-female-survivors in these sibships.”
“In this data structure, every member of a sibship received an observation for every year that they were alive and an observation for the year in which they died, if they died.”
“The relationship between percent dead and sibship size for males and females, using an example from the Mali 2006 DHS.”
“There was, however, a weak correlation at the sibship level between mean growth rate and microsatellite expected heterozygosity.”
“We investigated the association between 48 coding and three non-coding single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) from 35 inflammatory genes and the development of CAD, using a large discordant sibship collection (2699 individuals in 891 families).”
“Studies were excluded if no control group was included; if subjects had a history of cryptorchidism; if the indicators of male infertility, included offspring sex ratio, number of children, offspring twin rates, and offspring sibship size.”
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