cytogenetics

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Related to Chromosome analysis: karyotyping, Cytogenetic analysis
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the branch of biology that studies the cellular aspects of heredity (especially the chromosomes)

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This sixth edition has been substantially updated to include, for instance, the latest information on the Human Genome Project as well as several new molecular genetic and chromosome analysis techniques.
Early results show tremendous promise and allow patients comprehensive chromosome analysis of their embryos, with an increased likelihood of pregnancy and reduction in miscarriages," he adds.
We have previously shown our 24 chromosome analysis technology to be significantly more reliable than other existing methods," said Dr.
Signature Genomic Laboratories, founded in 2003, was the first laboratory to provide microarray-based cytogenetic diagnostics with its proprietary SignatureChip[R] and is the leader in providing microarray-based chromosome analysis.
This study marks the first time that technology used for Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) has been compared head-to-head with the leading test for chromosome analysis outside of the PGS setting, metaphase karyotyping.
The procedure is an adjunct to standard karyotyping, or routine chromosome analysis, for which the CytoVision(R) system is the most widely used instrument in the world.
The report examines market applications of DNA probes, biochips/microarrays, monoclonal antibodies, immunoassays, IT, chromosome analysis, and other technologies; profiles leading suppliers and recent market entrants developing innovative technologies and products; and identifies alternative market penetration strategies and entry barriers/risks.
Bringing microarray scanning technology to clinical-quality standards is an important milestone in moving the advancement of genome-wide chromosome analysis to the clinic," said Dr.
About 2-3 mm terminal end of each root tip was then dissected and directly used for chromosome analysis or transferred into 70% ethyl alcohol and stored at 4[degrees]C for later investigation.
For decades, conventional chromosome analysis using G-banded karyotyping has been the gold standard for detecting cytogenetic abnormalities in fetuses for prenatal diagnosis and pregnancy loss.
Y chromosome analysis of infertile men and their sons conceived through intracytoplasmic sperm injection: vertical transmission of deletions and rarity of de nova deletions.
The use of non-invasive fetal chromosome analysis requires the use of
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