clinical cytogenetics


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cytogenetics

 [si″to-jĕ-net´iks]
that branch of genetics devoted to the cellular constituents concerned in heredity, i.e., the chromosomes.
clinical cytogenetics the branch of cytogenetics concerned with relations between chromosomal abnormalities and pathologic conditions.

clinical cytogenetics

the branch of genetics that studies the relationship between chromosomal aberrations and pathological conditions.

cytogenetics

that branch of genetics devoted to the cellular constituents concerned in heredity, i.e. the chromosomes; the combined sciences of genetics and cytology.

clinical cytogenetics
the branch of cytogenetics concerned with relations between chromosomal abnormalities and pathological conditions.
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MIGDAL HA'EMEK, Israel -- Applied Spectral Imaging (ASI) has recently installed 30 karyotyping systems to the University Medical Centre Utrecht, the Netherlands, which operates one of the largest clinical cytogenetics laboratories in Europe.
He previously served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Applied Imaging Corporation, a publicly traded specialty medical device company in the fields of clinical cytogenetics, digital pathology and cancer research, which is now part of Danaher Corporation.
OTCBB:NOGNE) announces that its clinical cytogenetics and molecular laboratory successfully passed the compliance inspection by state and national authorities.
OTCBB:NOGNE) announced that state and national certifying agencies performed the final inspection of the Company's clinical cytogenetics and molecular laboratory.
She earned a certificate from the American Board of Medical Genetics in Clinical Molecular Genetics and Clinical Cytogenetics after training at Harvard Medical School.
He holds a Doctorate Degree from the Punjabi University, Piatala, India and received his Post Doctoral training in Clinical Cytogenetics, Cancer Cytogenetics and Medical Genetics from the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.
In 2005, we enhanced our financial and operational performance in several key areas, and rolled out several new high-value software releases for clinical cytogenetics and pathology that further strengthened our market-leading competitive position.
We rolled out several new high value software releases for clinical cytogenetics that further strengthened our market-leading competitive position.
Firstly, we intend to continue to enhance the profitability of our clinical cytogenetics business through the incremental rollout of high value new software releases, leverage of our installed base of over 4,000 units around the world and ongoing productivity improvement initiatives.

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