Definition of Genetic profiling
1. Noun. The procedure of analyzing the DNA in samples of a person's body tissue or body fluid for the purpose of identification.
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Literary usage of Genetic profiling
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1. Microbial and Phenotypic Definition of Rats and Mice: Proceedings of the by National Research Council Staff, ebrary, Inc, National Research Council, International Committee, Commission on Life Sciences, National Academy of Sciences (1999)
"B. Monitoring procedures • genetic profiling may be performed once at the beginning of periodic monitoring and should be repeated every several years. ..."
2. Directory of Federal Laboratory and Technology Resources: A Guide to (1993)
"Resources and diagnostic services include: genetic profiling of 18 different genetic systems, plus DNA fingerprints, which together can define an almost ..."
3. Creation and Governance of Human Genetic Research Databases by Christina Sampogna (2006)
"(B. Burton (2002), "Opposition Stalls genetic profiling Plan for Tonga" Inter Press Service, 18 February. The Framingham Project, in Massachusetts, ..."
4. Developing a National Registry of Pharmacologic And Biologic Clinical Trials by Institute of Medicine (U.S.), Committee on Clinical Trial Registries, Hsp (2006)
"As patient selection uses more sophisticated genetic profiling, the potential exists that smaller exploratory studies may cross the line into hypothesis ..."
5. Seeding Solutions by Crucible II Group, Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation (2000)
"The prospect of genetic profiling also raises far-reaching ethical and legal issues relating to the potential misuse of genetic information, (ie violations ..."