CDCVCommon Disease-Common Variant
CDCVMinistry of Community Development, Cooperatives and Volunteers (British Columbia, Canada)
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Recently, the popular common-disease common-variant (CDCV) hypothesis that assumes the etiology of common diseases is intervened by commonly occurring genetic variants with small to modest effects has been challenged by the fact that both common variants and rare mutations may be involved in the pathogenesis of common diseases.
In the case of Aircuity's OptiNet CDCV system--illustrated on page 21--every 40 to 50 seconds a sample of air is routed through a common air sampling backbone--a tube within a structured cable--to the sensor suite for measurement.
"Does Centralized Demand-Controlled Ventilation (CDCV)