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Synonyms for amplification

Synonyms for amplification

Synonyms for amplification

addition of extra material or illustration or clarifying detail

the amount of increase in signal power or voltage or current expressed as the ratio of output to input


(electronics) the act of increasing voltage or power or current

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Table 26: French Long-term Projections for Gene Amplification Technologies by Segment - Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) and Other Gene Amplification Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-24
HER-2/neu gene amplification was detected on homogeneous DNA solution extracted from tumor piece, including the Southern blot technique, the dot-blot, and more recently the quantitative polymerase chain reaction.
It is apparent that the detection and quantitation of HER2 protein overexpression and gene amplification has become an essential component during the diagnosis of GGEAC in order to predict response to existing and forthcoming anti-HER2 agents, which are now regarded as standard of care for HER2-positive GGEAC.
The relative advantages and disadvantages of the gene amplification and the protein overexpression assays are summarized in Table 2.
Table 12: US 10-Year Perspective for Gene Amplification
The researchers used gene amplification techniques to detect specific mutations in the gene coding for the enzyme glucocerebrosidase.
HER-2/neu gene copy number quantifed by real-time PCR: comparison of gene amplification, heterorygosity, and immunohistochemical status in breast cancer tissue.
Contract award: provision of automated gene amplification and quantification for bacteriology and virology laboratories at the university hospital of tours.
Restriction isotyping of human apolipoprotein E by gene amplification and cleavage with Hhal.
5,6] Cyclin D1 gene amplification is thought to be an important oncogenic event in many types of tumors, including esophageal carcinosarcoma.
Their method relies on a molecular copying process called polymerase chain reaction (PCR) gene amplification, which has been steadily changing the face of molecular biology since it was developed at Cetus three years ago.
The test runs on the company's proprietary CellOptics([R]) platform, featuring the Ikoniscope([R]), a proprietary high-throughput, digital microscope, and provides "walk-away" automated testing of the HER2 gene to provide an early and accurate indication for gene amplification.