New Technique Improves Sensitivity of PCR Pathogen Detection. AND Tests That Use DNA from Mother’s Blood to Determine Sex ...
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New Technique Improves Sensitivity of PCR Pathogen Detection. Science Daily April 22, 2011 MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
New Technique Improves Sensitivity of PCR Pathogen Detection. Science Daily April 22, 2011 MOLECULAR BIOLOGY The diagnosti...
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY New Technique Improves Sensitivity of PCR Pathogen Detection. Science Daily April 22, 2011 preliminary s...
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY New Technique Improves Sensitivity of PCR Pathogen Detection. Science Daily April 22, 2011 Increase sens...
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY New Technique Improves Sensitivity of PCR Pathogen Detection. Science Daily April 22, 2011 PERSONAL OPIN...
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Tests That Use DNA from Mother’s Blood to Determine Sex of Fetus Often Effective Science Daily  August 9...
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Tests That Use DNA from Mother’s Blood to Determine Sex of Fetus Often Effective Science Daily  August 9...
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Tests That Use DNA from Mother’s Blood to Determine Sex of Fetus Often Effective Science Daily  August 9...
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Tests That Use DNA from Mother’s Blood to Determine Sex of Fetus Often Effective Science Daily  August 9...
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY It's exciting to see the medicine to serve patients and see how we reduce the risks of the procedures th...
MEDICAL UTILITY
MEDICAL UTILITY  MOLECULAR  MEDICINE EVERY DAY BRINGS NEW AND TRANSCENDENTAL ADVANCES TO HUMANS
MEDICAL UTILITY  EARLY DIAGNOSIS EFFECTIVE AND MOLECULAR TREATMENT  ENABLING EFFECTIVE
MEDICAL UTILITY  INTERVENTIONS AND INCREASINGLY LESS INVASIVE  TO PREEMPT THE  APPEARANCE OF SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF DIFFERE...
BIBLIOGRAPHY  <ul><li>New Technique Improves Sensitivity of PCR Pathogen Detection. Science Daily [online]. April 22, 2011...
 
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  1. 1. New Technique Improves Sensitivity of PCR Pathogen Detection. AND Tests That Use DNA from Mother’s Blood to Determine Sex of Fetus Often Effective. By Cristina Cruz Agudelo Medicine student UPB Medellin
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  4. 4. INTRODUCTION
  5. 5. New Technique Improves Sensitivity of PCR Pathogen Detection. Science Daily April 22, 2011 MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
  6. 6. New Technique Improves Sensitivity of PCR Pathogen Detection. Science Daily April 22, 2011 MOLECULAR BIOLOGY The diagnostic plant diseases that can cause yield losses and diminished markets among other economic harm. The test's ability to obtain a &quot;genetic fingerprint&quot; conclusively identifying a culprit pathogen hinges on there being a minimum number of its cells.
  7. 7. MOLECULAR BIOLOGY New Technique Improves Sensitivity of PCR Pathogen Detection. Science Daily April 22, 2011 preliminary step called Growth-promoting agar or liquid media to increase the number of a target organism's cells in a sample prior to amplification of genetic material.
  8. 8. MOLECULAR BIOLOGY New Technique Improves Sensitivity of PCR Pathogen Detection. Science Daily April 22, 2011 Increase sensitivity by 100- to 1000-fold over conventional PCR methods Stops substances called inhibitors from interfering with the action of a key enzyme
  9. 9. MOLECULAR BIOLOGY New Technique Improves Sensitivity of PCR Pathogen Detection. Science Daily April 22, 2011 PERSONAL OPINION These studies applied to human medicine, to help early detection of latent diseases in the body, using methods that improve current techniques.  
  10. 10. MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Tests That Use DNA from Mother’s Blood to Determine Sex of Fetus Often Effective Science Daily August 9, 2011  
  11. 11. MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Tests That Use DNA from Mother’s Blood to Determine Sex of Fetus Often Effective Science Daily August 9, 2011   Important alternative to invasive cytogenetic determination, Noninvasive prenatal determination of fetal sex
  12. 12. MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Tests That Use DNA from Mother’s Blood to Determine Sex of Fetus Often Effective Science Daily August 9, 2011   cell-free fetal DNA from Mother’s Blood some heritable disorders
  13. 13. MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Tests That Use DNA from Mother’s Blood to Determine Sex of Fetus Often Effective Science Daily August 9, 2011   Detect Y chromosome sequences within maternal samples this &quot;technology can be useful in clinical settings for early detection of fetuses at risk for sex-linked disorders requiring follow-up testing”.
  14. 14. MOLECULAR BIOLOGY It's exciting to see the medicine to serve patients and see how we reduce the risks of the procedures that we as future Doctors will improve the quality of life of mothers.   Tests That Use DNA from Mother’s Blood to Determine Sex of Fetus Often Effective Science Daily August 9, 2011   PERSONAL OPINION
  15. 15. MEDICAL UTILITY
  16. 16. MEDICAL UTILITY MOLECULAR MEDICINE EVERY DAY BRINGS NEW AND TRANSCENDENTAL ADVANCES TO HUMANS
  17. 17. MEDICAL UTILITY EARLY DIAGNOSIS EFFECTIVE AND MOLECULAR TREATMENT ENABLING EFFECTIVE
  18. 18. MEDICAL UTILITY INTERVENTIONS AND INCREASINGLY LESS INVASIVE TO PREEMPT THE APPEARANCE OF SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF DIFFERENT DISEASES HAVE BEATEN TO HUMANITY.
  19. 19. BIBLIOGRAPHY <ul><li>New Technique Improves Sensitivity of PCR Pathogen Detection. Science Daily [online]. April 22, 2011. Avalibable online.<http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/04/110421104508.htm> </li></ul><ul><li>  </li></ul><ul><li>Tests That Use DNA from Mother’s Blood to Determine Sex of Fetus Often Effective. Science Daily [online]. August 9, 2011. Avalibable online. <http://www.sciencedaily.comreleases/2011/08/110809162000.htm> </li></ul><ul><li>MARTINEZ SÁNCHEZ, Lina María. Biología molecular. 6 ed. Medellín: UPB. Fac. de Medicina, 2011, 120 p. </li></ul>

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