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A review of all DNA types to verify that they are supported by the raw or analyzed data (electropherograms or images).
Price/ revenue ratios were used instead of price/earnings ratio as the vast majority of biotechnology companies that fell into the categories of DNA type technologies, Biochemistry type technologies and Bioprocessing type technologies had negative earnings over all of the three-year period.
Memory chips and motherboards can also be marked with a unique DNA type formula identifying the owner.
A DNA type derived from nuclear DNA typically consists of one or two alleles at several loci (e.
Dr Gill was asked to comment on claims that control samples tested at the same time as parts of a device in Lisburn, Co Antrim, had come up positive for Hoey's DNA type.
The jury only heard that Sinclair's semen had been found on Helen's coat, and that traces of DNA matching some of his DNA types were discovered on swabs taken from Christine's body.
Scientists compared the male Y chromosome in 3,500 men to DNA types rarely found outside the norsemen's Sweden and Norway.
Human papilloma-virus DNA types in squamous cell carcinomas of the head and neck.
Like Cervista, the cobas 4800 (Roche) is FDA-approved to detect HPV DNA types 16 and 18 individually; Gen-Probe's Aptima HPV test is the first HPV E6,E7 mRNA test approved in the US; the company plans to add an HPV 16, 18 mRNA test.
In addition, other HPV DNA types cause dysplasia, and the biologic behavior of each subtype is also unknown.
These were tested for HPV, using PCR, and revealed a wide range of HPV DNA types.
The Druze harbor a remarkable diversity of mitochondrial DNA types or lineages that appear to have separated from each other many thousands of years ago, according to a new study by multinational team, led by researchers at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology Rappaport School of Medicine.