preimplantation genetic diagnosis


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preimplantation genetic diagnosis:

see embryo screeningembryo screening,
procedure (see genetic testing) in which a single cell is removed from an embryo two or three days after it has been conceived through in vitro fertilization and tested for genetic abnormalities.
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First clinical application of comparative genomic hybridization and polar body testing for preimplantation genetic diagnosis of aneuploidy.
Birth of a healthy infant after preimplantation genetic diagnosis by sequential blastomere and trophectoderm biopsy for [beta]-thalassemia and HLA genotyping.
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Any patient with such a mutation who has not yet completed childbearing should be advised that, with in vitro fertilization and preimplantation genetic diagnosis, we now have the capability to break this familial curse.
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The uptake and outcome of prenatal and preimplantation genetic diagnosis for Huntington's disease in the Netherlands (1998-2008).
Career: As Professor of Fertility Studies at Hammersmith Hospital, Winston led the IVF team which pioneered preimplantation genetic diagnosis, which identifies defects in human embryos, and is now famous for his work on stem cell research.
Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) permits prospective parents to avoid the birth of a BRCA-mutation-positive child, introducing predictability into a process historically defined by chance.
Current Methods for Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis.
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