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genetic

adjective atavistic, congenital, hereditary, ingrained, inherited, innate
See also: born, hereditary, innate, native
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Norovirus pathway in water environment estimated by genetic analysis of strains from patients of gastroenteritis, sewage, treated wastewater, river water and oysters.
In the contract, it states that the researchers must explain to relevant patients at the university's affiliated hospital the objectives of the genetic analysis, and the patients must also give their written consent before samples can be taken, the sources said.
For research institutes involved in studies of gene-based drugs and clinical cancer trials, Olympus said it will develop, manufacture and sell genetic analysis systems and reagents.
Based on the Company's patented Pyrosequencing(TM) technology, the product provides rapid and accurate genetic analysis and offers a high capacity, cost-effective solution for SNP analysis and Tag sequencing -- the analysis of short DNA sequences used for genetic identification.
In our November 2010 report, Genomic Technologies: Market Insights for Life Science Suppliers quantifies and characterizes the market for genetic analysis including those products use for genome-wide association studies (GWAS), copy number variation (CNV) analysis, genotyping and techniques such as microarrays, sequencing and real-time PCR.
Predicted changes in overall lab budgets for genetic analysis ?
Only one previous genetic analysis of large ungulates, in this case, deer held in a farm pen, has ever shown evidence of more than one dad.
The company manufactures and markets a wide range of products including genetic analysis and biomedical instruments, computers, semiconductors, consumer products and power and industrial equipment.
The ministry showed the draft to an in-house science council and urged researchers to give donors full details of genetic analysis plans in return for their consent.
Illumina CSPro is a collaborative service provider partnership dedicated to ensuring the delivery of the highest-quality data available for genetic analysis applications.
This new technology expands the functionality of the Reveal(TM) Genetic Analysis System, which is known for DNA variant discovery and identification, fragment analysis and sequencing.
We used genetic analysis to investigate a novel, naturally occurring recombinant sapovirus.

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