## What are stochastic effects?

Stochastic effects are probabilistic effects that occur by chance. An extremely rare stochastic effect is the development of cancer in an irradiated organ or tissue. The probability of occurrence is typically proportional to the dose received.

## What is stochastic effect give example?

Stochastic effects occur by chance and can be compared to deterministic effects which result in a direct effect. Cancer induction and radiation induced hereditary effects are the two main examples of stochastic effects.

**What are the types of stochastic effects?**

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- diamagnetism.
- ferromagnetism.
- longitudinal and transverse magnetization.
- nuclear magnetization.
- paramagnetism.
- superparamagnetism.

**What is stochastic and Nonstochastic effect?**

Abstract. Stochastic effects have been defined as those for which the probability increases with dose, without a threshold. Nonstochastic effects are those for which incidence and severity depends on dose, but for which there is a threshold dose.

### Are stochastic effects those?

Stochastic effect is those effect which occur when a person receives a high dose of radiation. These effects have an increase probability of occurrence with increase dose. There is no threshold dose below which is creatively certain that a stochastic effect cannot occur.

### What are stochastic effects in DNA?

Stochastic effects are manifest as a fluctuation of results between replicate analyses. In other words, amplifying the same DNA extract twice can result in different alleles being detected at a locus.

**What are deterministic and stochastic effects?**

Deterministic effects describe a cause and effect relationship between ionizing radiation and certain side-effects. They are also known as non-stochastic effects to contrast them with chance-like stochastic effects (e.g. cancer induction).

**What is allelic drop?**

Allele drop-in is a term that has been applied to small numbers of low level STR alleles which are not derived from any known donors to the profile and which may be attributed to sporadic contamination events.

## What is low template DNA?

Low Template (LT) DNA, also called ‘touch DNA’, trace DNA or high sensitivity DNA, refers to DNA amount that is typically less than 100 pg [1]. These low levels of DNA may be recovered from as few as seven skin cells which have been deposited on a surface [2].

## What are stochastic effects of radiation exposure?

Stochastic effects of ionising radiation are chance events, with the probability of the effect increasing with dose, but the severity of the effect is independent of the dose received. Stochastic effects are assumed to have no threshold.

**Do stochastic effects have a threshold?**