karyomapping

karyomapping

(ˈkærɪəʊˌmæpɪŋ)
n
a technique for determining whether an embryo has inherited a genetic defect by analysing DNA taken from it and its close relatives
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But she and husband Gabriel, 31, became the first couple to have Karyomapping, a treatment pioneered in the UK.
Karyomapping was developed at the Centre for Reproductive and Genetic Health in London.
Karyomapping based on single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) array has been reported to overcome the ADO obstacles in single-cell analysis (10).
Although karyomapping based on SNP array provides an option for the detection of the majority of mutations, the resolution and accuracy are restricted.
The genetic MoT or karyomapping, will allow people at risk of passing on gene defects to conceive healthy children with IVF.
The 'genetic MoT' or karyomapping, will allow people at risk of passing on gene defects to conceive healthy children with IVF.