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Genetic Testing
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    • Genetic testing is defined as "the analysis of human DNA, RNA, chromosomes, proteins and certain metabolites in order to detect heritable disease-related genotypes, mutations, phenotypes or karyotypes for clinical purposes." This article focuses on diagnostic and predictive genetic testing.The latter includes presymptomatic testing, which identifies individuals who are expected to become ill in the future and predisposition testing, which identifies those who are at increased risk of becoming ill...

    Elizabeth McPherson. Genetic Diagnosis and Testing in Clinical Practice

    • • Genetic testing is an activity which transcends national borders. Rare disease genetics has long involved an international exchange of human samples and related data and this globalisation is increasing in areas such as cancer diagnostics and consumer genetics. This international trade takes place in an environment where regulatory and oversight procedures vary significantly between jurisdictions...

    Dolores Ibarretaet al. Quality Issues in Clinical Genetic Services; Regulatory Issues and Int...

    • Genetic testing is a term used in different settings, often with very different meanings...

    Jorge Pinto-Bastoet al. Scope of definitions of genetic testing: evidence from a EuroGentest s...

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