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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Asked about cost, he acknowledged that the molecular profiling that he and Dr.
The company's suite of molecular profiling offerings assess DNA, RNA and proteins to reveal a molecular blueprint that helps physicians and cancer patients make more precise and personalised treatment decisions.
At present, there is an embarrassment of riches of technologies and platforms for molecular profiling for predictive and prognostic markers.
Dubai: The Food and Environment Laboratories Section of the Dubai Central Laboratory Department in the Municipality began testing the molecular profiling to diagnose bacterial pathogens that cause food poisoning using Pulsed Field Gel Electrophoresis (PFGE) for pathogens transmitted through food.
As part of Dubai Municipality's efforts to promote public health in the emirate, Dubai Central Laboratory Department has begun molecular profiling, to diagnose bacterial pathogens causing food poisoning.
The actual challenges are (1) not only to ensure that pathologists remain conscious of the clinical application of molecular profiling but also to reassert that the value of traditional pathology has only been enriched by molecular profiling (similar to that of incorporating immunohistochemistry), (2) to integrate sophisticated molecular technologies into traditional pathology laboratories by introducing new workflows, and (3) to disseminate knowledge of molecular pathology among pathologists by investing in postgraduate medical education programs for trained pathologists and by improving pathology residency training programs.
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.
Molecular profiling using ThyroSeq[R] v2 next-generation gene sequencing [2] revealed an absence of gene mutations or fusions but strong overexpression of the MET gene.
The third and most important component of this case was the use of molecular profiling to customize treatment.
Headquartered in Carlsbad, California, Genoptix provides oncologists and pathologists across the United States with testing solutions in hematology and solid tumor molecular profiling. It was founded in 1999 and acquired by Novartis in 2011.
Investigators will employ new molecular profiling technologies and big data analytics to understand how vascular dysfunction influences the development of Alzheimer's.
"WuXi has seen rapidly increasing demand for molecular profiling services from biopharmaceutical companies as they scale up R&D operations and early development activities in the region.

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