genetic profiling


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the procedure of analyzing the DNA in samples of a person's body tissue or body fluid for the purpose of identification

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Now, however, genetic profiling of several of the most common sarcomas--similar to the DNA fingerprinting used to identify criminals--may enable pathologists to accurately diagnose most soft-tissue sarcomas.
THANK goodness the idea of genetic profiling by insurance companies is to be curbed.
Health Secretary Alan Milburn will use a keynote speech this Thursday to make clear his view that the use of genetic profiling should not be allowed to deny people essentials like insurance cover.
EXACT's loss of heterozygosity technology permits rapid automated genetic profiling by eliminating current gel-based methods.
A smaller list of genes could make a genetic profiling test more cost-effective for widespread use.
This form of genetic profiling - also called pharmacogenetics - makes economic sense too.
EXACT's LOH technology permits rapid automated genetic profiling by eliminating current gel-based methods.
The new genetic profiling will allow US LABS to provide a genetic picture of a person's tumor that can now be performed on formalin fixed paraffin embedded (FFPE) tissue, using Arcturus Bioscience Inc.
This settlement protects GeneLink's Proprietary SNP genetic profiling methodology".
Today, information networks are making it possible to detect outbreaks of infectious diseases earlier, and advances in genetic profiling are enabling doctors to identify patients at risk for life-threatening diseases.
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