molecular genetic analysis

molecular genetic analysis

A nonspecific term for the detection or diagnosis of a disease by analysing DNA or RNA transcripts, rather than by indirect methods that detect transcriptional products (i.e., proteins, enzymes) and other “processed” molecules (e.g., lipids and carbohydrates).
 
Techniques
Denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis, DNA sequencing, dot blot and reverse dot blot analysis, in situ hybridisation, Northern blot analysis, PCR, ribonuclease protection assay, single-strand conformation polymorphism and Southern blot hybridisation.

molecular genetic analysis

A nonspecific term for the detection or diagnosis of a disease by analyzing DNA or RNA transcripts, rather than by indirect methods that detect transcriptional products, ie proteins, enzymes and other 'processed' molecules; eg lipids and carbohydrates
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