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Glossario di biologia molecolare e biologia molecolare clinica. Parte I: termini generali
Glossary of molecular biology and clinical molecular biology. Part I: general terms.
<p>This glossary has beenconceived to help readers, who are less experienced with molecular biology, to approach this field of laboratorymedicine, which is gaining increasing importance in the analytical and diagnostic processes. The glossary isorganized into two separate sections: general terms of molecular biology and clinical molecular biology (molecularbiology techniques, and molecular diagnostic testing). For some of the terms, a link to articles published in BiochimicaClinica, where these terms are employed is included. For each term the corresponding English version is reported;in addition, all the entries of the glossary are listed in the Appendix both in Italian and in English alphabetical order.</p>
Biochimica Clinica ; 43(1) 090-105
Documenti - Documents
 
Indicazioni e limiti della diagnosi genetica preimpianto
Indications and limitations for preimplantation genetic diagnosis
<p>The preimplantation genetic diagnosis allows to identify genetic disease and chromosomal alterations in early stages of embryonic development, giving the opportunity to overcome the risk of transmitting an inherited disease and to improve the efficiency of in vitro fertilization techniques. In this paper, we provide an overview of indications and of the advantages and limits of techniques used to perform the preimplantation genetic diagnosis. We describe the multiplex-polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and the karyomapping for the genetic diagnosis of inherited disease as well as the comparative genomic hybridization array, the qualitative real-time PCR and the next generation sequencing for the screening of chromosomal aneuploidy.</p>
Biochimica Clinica ; 41(4) 314-321
Rassegne - Reviews
 
Armonizzazione in Medicina di Laboratorio
Harmonization in Laboratory Medicine
Biochimica Clinica ; 39(6) 546-547
Editoriale - Editorial