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  • v. Present participle of genotype.

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Examples

  • Viral genotyping is the testing used to determine the kind of hepatitis C virus that is present.

    Hepatitis C

  • Our laboratory is a partnership between 3 groups at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, with world-class expertise in genotyping (Center for Applied Genetics), bioinformatics (CHOP Bioinformatics Core) and cytogenomics (Clinical CytoGenomics group).

    Cytogenomics Lab

  • The successful applicant will cover a range of functional genetic and molecular laboratory methods relevant for translational neuroscience, such as genotyping, transcriptional analyses, epigenetic analyses and/or other molecular biological and biochemical techniques.

    Naturejobs - All Jobs

  • New disease-progression study techniques such as genotyping and phenotyping, and advancements in viral load monitoring tests have significantly improved therapies offered to HIV/AIDS infected individuals.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The pattern suggests that our GWAS association findings were more likely due to true genetic variation than potential bias, such as genotyping errors.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • After I FedExed away my vial of saliva for genotyping, I told myself more or less to forget it.

    The Science of Success

  • Broad genotyping is going to become part of everyday care for lung cancer patients, said Lecia Sequist of the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, who co-authored the research published on Wednesday in the Annals of Oncology.

    Multiple gene test allows more targeted treatment of cancer

  • "I tend to agree that it may be a little premature in genotyping everyone before giving them the drug," said Gordon Tomaselli , president of the American Heart Association and chief of cardiology at Johns Hopkins University.

    Study Challenges FDA on Plavix

  • John S. Dykes The champions of regulation respond that some firms in the direct-to-consumer genetic-testing industry are sometimes much exaggerating the health benefits of genotyping.

    Your Genes in an Envelope? More, Please

  • Baron-Cohen is right, a combination of a brain scan, a genotyping and a case history could "diagnose" many or even most cruel personalities, perhaps even before they commit crimes.

    Do Our Genes Decide if We're Kind or Cruel?

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