Tag: "genotyping" at medical news

Biochip for detection of inflammatory bowel disease

... its diagnostic use. The Bloodchip, a biochip for genotyping blood donors, is another example. This biochip has recently started clinical trials in Spain, Germany, the UK, Holland and the Czech Republic using more than 4,000 donors....

University of Utah vision researchers identify genetic cause of rare eye disease in Utah family

...ing and vision exams at the University of Utah and genotyping analysis of DNA extracted from blood samples. The age of the family members with the gene mutation range from 11 to 77. In addition to the Utah family, the Zhang's team also evaluated a large Belgian family with same symptoms. The same mutation was ...

UCSD-TCAG collaboration to focus on transformation of genome-based knowledge into health benefits

...distinctive medical expertise by re-sequencing and genotyping the relevant genetic material (genes and regulatory regions) of selected patients who are being studied by UCSD physicians. By sequencing the DNA of this patient population and associating these profiles with phenotype and disease outcomes, TCAG and...

What is the answer for pain?

...udy now underway examines the clinical efficacy of genotyping chronic pain patients on analgesic therapy. They have begun by genotyping new and existing patients at the Pain Management Clinic at the Zablocki VA Medical Center and the Fr...

Genotyping targets individuals at high risk for H. pylori-associated stomach cancer

...r. "Our findings indicate that H. pylori and host genotyping can be important in better defining disease risk and preferentially targeting H. pylori eradication to high-risk individuals," the authors conclude. In an accompanying editorial, Martin Blaser, M.D., of the New York University School of Medicine, sa...

Researchers seek genetic clues to identify addicts and patients who will benefit from treatment

...They also note that the results generated by their genotyping investigations would not have prompted a change in...y is an important first step in the effort to link genotyping with individuals responses to treatment therapies such as methadone, and that establishing this rela...

Hypertension is study focus of $10 million NIH grant to MCG

...unction can be studied. The children also will get genotyping to pursue the hypothesis that although all the children may increase their nitric oxide levels with exercise, some have a genetic predisposition to a better response, Dr. Barbeau said. "I think this is one of the reasons that, if you take two people ...

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(Date:4/17/2014)... Experimental Biology and Medicine a multidisciplinary research ... Kenis in the Institute of Genomic Biology (IGB) ... Urbana-Champaign describe their recent work on subcellular redox ... cell functions including energy metabolism, signaling, and transcriptional ... normal cellular behavior, redox status has been recognized ...
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