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ge·nom·ic

(jĕ-nōm'ik),
Relating to a 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.
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Estimates of breeding values of three genomic relationship matrices (GOF, G05, and Yang) for genotyped animals (n = 778) were on average similar for the three genomic relationship matrices.
By modeling genomic medicine licensure after surgical pathology, practitioners of genomic medicine would be required to have state medical licensure from most states that they receive patient samples.
Investigators examined the genomes from 26 populations across Africa, East and South Asia, Europe, and the Americas, identifying about 88,000,000 sites in the human genome that vary among people, establishing a database available to researchers as a standard reference for how the genomic makeup of people varies in populations and around the world.
Genomic information is used to diagnose, treat and even predict disease more accurately by looking at specific gene sequences and the role they play in a person's health.
For Mexico, genomic sovereignty discourse had a first order role in promoting among congressmen and in convincing them about the importance of the Genomic Medicine Project, including the creation of the National Institute of Genomic Medicine.
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.
There are several barriers to the manipulation of genetic material including, lack of DNA or RNA isolation or poor yield from isolation protocols, degraded genomic material, and the contamination of genetic samples with enzyme inhibitors (McPherson et al., 1995).
The Human Genome Project laid the foundation for incredible advances in the fields of genetics and genomics. Genomic information and technology is altering the ways in which diseases are prevented, diagnosed, and treated.
Knight, president and CEO of Strategic Diagnostics commented, "We are extremely pleased to have a world-class company recognize the utility of Genomic Antibodies(TM).
Genomic diversity and phylogenetic relationships among lipid-requiring diphtheroids from humans and characterization of Corynebacterium macginleyi sp.
For the past few years, the international research community has been generating genetic and genomic data and reagents for the model systems, Z tropicalis and X.

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