molecular genetic test

molecular genetic test

Cytogenetic test, molecular cytogenetic test Molecular medicine The analysis of human DNA, RNA, and chromosomes to detect heritable or acquired disease-related genotypes, mutations, phenotypes, or karyotypes for clinical purposes, which include predicting risk of disease, identifying carriers, and establishing prenatal or clinical diagnoses or prognoses. See Applied genomics.
References in periodicals archive ?
in addition to conventional microbiological analysis, a molecular genetic test for mrsa will be carried out for this screening, with the help of which a decision on possibly necessary hygienic measures can be taken promptly.
Once the appropriate analyses and risk assessments have been undertaken, the counsellee may be offered a molecular genetic test, including testing for the Afrikaner founder mutations as a first-line testing option (prices range from approximately ZAR1 600 to ZAR3 500).
Improving molecular genetic test utilization through order restriction, test review, and guidance.
The "DNA sequence of a gene" or "of a gene region" is often perceived as the ultimate result of a molecular genetic test. If we consider the nucleotide (A, T, G, or C) as the "SI unit" for DNA, then a nucleotide sequence comes as close to a gold standard as one can get in terms of a genetic test result.
Molecular pathology laboratories must take many factors into account before deciding whether to offer a molecular genetic test. A test development process begins with a review of the clinical needs and value of the test, an evaluation of anticipated volume, feasibility of the required testing methodology for the laboratory, and a cost/benefits analysis of the test (4, 65).
Over the past several years, molecular genetic tests such as linkage analysis and candidate gene sequencing have been widely used in Pakistani research institutes to identify the disease-causing variants responsible for several severe genetic disorders.
The company offers life sciences research tools and molecular genetic tests for clinical diagnostics, pharmacogenomics and medical research.
Contract notice: Id15rea001 - open procedure for the signing of an agreement for the assignment of the supply in full service of analytic systems for molecular genetic tests.
Molecular genetic tests and cytogenetic tests are described in the GTS's definition as the analysis of human DNA, RNA, and chromosomes to detect heritable or acquired disease-related genotypes, mutations, pheno-types, or karyotypes for clinical purposes.
(21) In the United States, formal molecular genetic PT programs are available from the College of American Pathologists (CAP) (22) for 27 tests for inherited diseases, representing only a small fraction of the 1739 (US) or 2247 (worldwide) molecular genetic tests currently available.
General recommendations for quality assurance programs for laboratory molecular genetic tests, final monograph.
Despite this impressive growth in disease offerings over a relatively short period, the CAP/ACMG Resource Committee has long been concerned about an inability to keep up with the growth of molecular genetic tests in the field.
Full browser ?