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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Large investments are already taking place across the industry, with life science firms actively trying to enter the software world and software players looking to capture start-up genetic profiling companies.
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.
Their collaboration since 2007 has enabled the exhumation and identification of missing persons via genetic profiling.
His former trainer Jim Bolger, one of the partnership of breeders who owns him, is also a partner in Equinome, the company formed with Dr Emmeline Hill to provide the genetic profiling service on the commercial market.
GENETIC PROFILING Scientists have developed a test to more accurately predict the merits of dairy cattle
Despite the apparent impossibility of what is called 'personalised medicine', medical experts warn that scientists from developing countries need to start genetic profiling to see how the genes of their citizens affect the diseases they experience.
Eventually, doctors might use genetic profiling to choose the best antisepsis therapy, Perrella says.
Scientists at Leicester University used genetic profiling to trace the African ancestors of more than 200 black Britons.

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