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genetic

adjective atavistic, congenital, hereditary, ingrained, inherited, innate
See also: born, hereditary, innate, native
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Hence, they are not optimal in genetic analysis of horse breeds.
Heller said there are a lot more animals out there that can benefit from a genetic analysis that establishes their subpopulations, rather than having conservationists continue to rely on physical appearance when characterizing them.
Datar Cancer Genetics is equipped with a state of art NABL (ISO 15189) and ISO 9001:2008 accredited molecular genomic facility at Nashik, India, with a strong and competent team of over 120 comprising world-class scientists, researchers, specialist clinicians and data analysts who are devoted to developing the world's best technologies for cancer management using molecular and genetic analysis. It has fully integrated sequencing + bio-informatics + human interface and interpretation platforms with access to international databases.
Genetic analysis has now become part of the daily clinical practice in Cyprus as well, Kyriacou said.
Legius and coworkers concluded half a cohort of 40 patients with Legius syndrome confirmed by genetic analysis fulfilled the NIH diagnostic criteria for NF1 based upon the presence of the requisite number of cafe au lait spots, axillary freckling, and/or a family history compatible with NF1.
CombiMatrix Corporation is a diversified biotechnology business, through the development of proprietary technologies, products and services in the areas of drug development, genetic analysis, molecular diagnostics, nanotechnology research, defense and homeland security markets, as well as other potential markets where our products and services could be utilized.
Genetic analysis of the mitochondrial cyrochrome c oxidase subunit I gene (COI), however, allows for more exact and consistent differentiation of the species within the Corbicula genus.
The most widely used method of detection is reverse transcription-PCR (RT-PCR), which has a high sensitivity and can also be used for genetic analysis. Only a limited number of SaV studies have been conducted, although most studies have shown that SaV infections are more frequent in young children than in adults and that nearly all children are infected by 5 years of age.
Her genetic analysis showed unusually low gene flow between the large- and small-beaked groups.
Genomic and genetic analysis of plant parasitism and defense.
In a genetic analysis of 154 families with affected siblings with anorexia and 244 families with affected siblings with bulimia, these traits were especially prominent compared with controls.
Four factors that make this a propitious time to launch a massive prospective epidemiologic study of the impact of the environment on health and development, such as the National Children's Study, are a) the development of better skills in conducting and analyzing data from large prospective studies; b) the refinement of highly sensitive, extremely accurate chemical analyses that permit detection and quantification of xenobiotics in body fluids even at very low levels; c) advances in information technology; and d) capacity for rapid, relatively inexpensive genetic analysis (Berkowitz et al.

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