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subtyping

(sŭb'tīp-ĭng)
The precise identification of the genetic identity of a microorganism, often using DNA fingerprinting techniques.
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To address this critical need, GeneCentric has applied its Cancer Subtyping Platform (CSP) to develop a comprehensive profile of head and neck tumor subtypes that can guide drug development, clinical trials and patient treatment.
The licensed technology, called Purity Independent Subtyping of Tumors (PurIST), was developed in the Laboratory of Jen Jen Yeh, MD, Professor of Surgery and Pharmacology and vice chair for Research, Department of Surgery at UNC School of Medicine and the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Total number GIM subtype (n, %) Biopsy sites of patients with successful Incomplete Complete GIM subtyping Incisura angularis 35 12 (34.3) 23 (65.7) Corpus 29 10 (34.5) 19 (65.5) (lesser curvature) Antrum (greater 19 6 (31.6) 13 (68.4) curvature) Antrum 42 17 (40.5) 25 (59.5) (lesser curvature) Chi square test: p = 0.89.
The androgen receptor as a surrogate for molecular apocrine breast cancer subtyping. Breast.
WGS is 1 of several available methods for bacterial subtyping. WGS generally has greater discriminatory power than other subtyping methods.
Diagnostic effectiveness of IAVchip DNA microarray in comparison to the virus isolation in chicken embryos, real-time RT-PCR, and RT-PCR for IAV detection and subtyping was evaluated by testing 185 clinical specimens from humans, animals, and birds.
de Ronde et al., "Breast cancer subtyping by immunohistochemistry and histological grade outperforms breast cancer intrinsic subtypes in predicting neoadjuvant chemotherapy response," Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, vol.
There are two key types of molecular subtyping techniques.
It's possible to classify subtyping methods into two broad categories based on the types of cellular components that are targeted.
Less variability was detected in the env region (Table 4), although more conventional env sequenced-based subtyping analysis of HIV-1 is a good indicator for differentiating subtypes and CRFs.
Although there have been few studies aimed at subtyping subjects undergoing treatment for cocaine dependence, the clinical evidence available suggests that relevant subtypes exist.
-- The time has come for psychiatrists to make much greater use of the "not otherwise specified" diagnostic designation in cases of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, thereby reversing a major and regrettable decade-long trend toward subtyping attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, Dr.