genetic profiling

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Related to genetic profiling: DNA profiling, DNA test
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Noun1.genetic profiling - the procedure of analyzing the DNA in samples of a person's body tissue or body fluid for the purpose of identification
procedure, process - a particular course of action intended to achieve a result; "the procedure of obtaining a driver's license"; "it was a process of trial and error"
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Many cancer centers have already adopted next-gen sequencing-based genetic profiling using target gene capturing.
Summary: Genetic profiling to help athletes choose the right sport
genetic profiling of the embryos, the doctors can now select embryos that are free of dangerous mutations which are carried by any one of the parents.
This volume explores key areas of development in biology and medicine--designer babies, cloning, organ transplantation and stem cells, performance-enhancing drugs and gene therapy, extending the lifespan, genetic profiling, brain imaging, and creating new organisms--and the ethics involved, as well as ethical issues associated with scientific research in general.
"The ability to translate genetic profiling into tailored preventive care plans for individuals is still years away, but with the study by (Hongmei) Nan et al, the road, arduous as it may be, is more clearly illuminated."
This powerful informatics solution will pair data from various comprehensive genetic profiling studies, such as somatic mutations from next generation sequencing technologies, with copy number from the OncoScan assay for solid tumors or the CytoScan assay for liquid tumors, and result in a single user friendly report with relevant and dynamically updated knowledge.
The informatics solution will be able to combine results from multiple genetic profiling studies, including somatic mutations from next-generation sequencing (NGS) platforms, with copy number from the OncoScan assay for solid tumours or the CytoScan assay for liquid tumours, providing one user-friendly report with relevant and dynamically updated data.
"Genetic profiling is also is useful to identify those with a higher than average injury risk - there is a genetic component to tendon injuries and training regimes can counter this."

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