Rules of Evidence I Summary

Rules of Evidence I Summary - Gain of Function Evidence...

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Rules of Evidence I Summary: Correlative Evidence : correlations are observed between 2 or more events and there is an inference that one event causes the other. (weakest type of evidence) Loss of Function Evidence: Must be bolstered by controls that demonstrate that the agents causing the loss of function specifically knock out a particular function and nothing else(stronger than correlative)
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Unformatted text preview: Gain of Function Evidence: initiation of the 1 st event causes the 2 nd event to happen even under circumstances where neither event usually occurs (strongest type of evidence) Correlative, loss of function and gain of function evidence must consistently support each other to establish and solidify a conclusion....
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