molecular profiling


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molecular profiling

n.
The identification and documentation of the structure of a specific DNA, RNA, or protein molecule, usually for the purpose of diagnosing biochemical and genetic disorders.
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To determine the role of the transcription factor Mesp1 in regulating the cardiovascular differentiation program and the heterogeneity of early cardiovascular progenitors, they also performed single cell molecular profiling of these early progenitors in a Mesp1 deficient context.
NanoHybrids develops nanotechnology solutions that facilitate non-invasive detection, molecular profiling, and novel treatments for disease.
The researchers hope that linking clinical data with a patient's unique molecular profiling data will lead to rapid new discoveries and enhance the delivery of precision medicine to both current and future patients.
Joel McComb, CEO of BioSpyder and BioClavis said: Were very excited to build on the success weve had in other molecular profiling applications and bring this novel method to bear on discovery and deployment of next generation genomic diagnostics.
In addition, the team will carry out molecular profiling of plasma samples collected in the same participants to identify metabolic and protein signatures that may predict clinical, pathologic, and physiologic outcomes related to Alzheimer's and cerebrovascular disease.
From bench to bedside: current and future applications of molecular profiling in renal cell carcinoma.
Similarly, management of patients with thyroid or colon cancers depends greatly on tumor molecular profiling, as summarized by Yuri E.
Thanks to molecular profiling, scientists now have a better idea about how a mass killer selects its victims.
Gene Network Sciences is a leader in biosimulation with its ability to derive molecular mechanisms of drugs and diseases directly from molecular profiling and clinical data.
London, Apr 20 (ANI): Researchers have taken a step forward to bringing personalized cancer therapy within reach by using molecular profiling of the patients that can help identify specific treatments.
By molecular profiling a tumour sample, doctors can determine which therapy is likely to give the best results.

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