biochemical genetic test

biochemical genetic test

The analysis of biomolecules in serum or tissue—e.g., proteins and certain metabolites—to detect inborn errors of metabolism, genotype, or mutations for clinical purposes—e.g., to predict risk of disease, identify carriers, and establish prenatal or clinical diagnoses or prognoses.
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Biochemical Genetic Test. The analysis of materials derived from the human body, including human proteins and certain metabolites predominantly used to detect inborn errors of metabolism, heritable genotypes, or mutations for clinical purposes.
Based on method, the genetic testing market is segmented into molecular genetic tests/ DNA tests, chromosomal genetic tests, and biochemical genetic tests. The molecular genetic test/DNA tests account for major share with 11.78% CAGR during the forecast period.
The GTS's definition for biochemical genetic tests is the analysis of materials derived from the human body, including human proteins, and certain metabolites predominantly used to detect inborn errors of metabolism, heritable genotypes, or mutations for clinical purposes.
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