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ge·nom·ic

(jĕ-nōm'ik),
Relating to a genome.

genomic

[jēnō′mik]
pertaining to the genome.

genomic

adjective Referring to an organism’s genome, i.e., its complete genetic complement.

genomic

adjective Referring to the complete chromosomal genetic complement

ge·nom·ic

(jē-nō'mik)
Relating to a genome.

genomic

Pertaining to the GENOME.

genomic

pertaining to a genome.

genomic clone
see clone.
genomic DNA
the DNA sequences making up the genome of an individual.
genomic library
see gene bank.
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Genomic sequencing speeds up the diagnosis of rare and complex genetic conditions.
Pathologic evaluation of tumor tissue specimens is a critical step in the genomic testing process conducted by Genomic Health's Clinical Reference Laboratory.
One of the world's largest AI companies, Select Sires Inc, Ohio, provided the following information, which demonstrates the increasing levels of accuracy provided by genomic evaluations.
A 4,511 and 4,908-bp long fragments were successfully amplified and sequenced across the entire L1, E5a and E5b ORFs and LCR genomic region in all 45 HPV-6 isolates included in the study.
The publication defines genetic/ genomic nursing practice, describes the roles of genetic/genomic nurses practicing at the basic and advanced practice levels, describes the evolution of genetic/genomic nursing worldwide, and defines the scope and standards of practice for all nurses in genetic/genomic nursing practice.
The SDI Genomic Antibodies(TM) process eliminates the need to prepare peptide or protein antigen for injection.
insertional, site-specific, conditional knockout vectors or systems); 2) development and/or use of techniques supporting more efficient targeting of induced local lesions in genomes (TILLING); 3) development and/or use of technologies for gene inactivation and for gene expression manipulation including, but not limited to, morpholino oligonucleotides, new types of antisense technology, techniques for homologous recombination, techniques for gene trapping, and strategies for directing gene misexpression, or other transgenic methodologies; 4) development of high throughput small molecule screens; 5) development of new genetic or genomic resources that are of high priority for the Xenopus community; 6) development and/or application of novel screens for mutants.
In recognition of the needs of life science software developers to access genomic data through either SQL queries or through application programming interfaces (APIs), we are developing two additional software products," said Manuel J.
enterica serovars harboring Salmonella genomic island 1 have not yet been reported.
Feldblyum, Tamers, The Institute for Genomic Research
The results of these two studies strongly support genomic imprinting in humans, Malcolm says, because they show that the same gene has different effects depending on its parental origin.
Anu Acharya, CEO, Ocimum Biosolutions, says "The Genomic Pioneer initiative is a part of our strong corporate social responsibility program through which we reach out to our community.