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subtyping

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has acquired an exclusive license from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to technology for subtyping Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma, the company said.
Nevertheless, the results of this study reflect real-life practice and we think that this issue does not significantly affect the proportion of GIM subtyping based on the mapping biopsy strategy.
Ki-67: The cutoffs for Ki-67 in the literature range from 3.5% to 35%.57 A cutoff of 13.25% of Ki-67 labeling was proposed to separate luminal B BC from luminal A BC based on data from intrinsic subtyping. (25) The St Gallen breast expert panel had endorsed the 14% cutoff for Ki-67 in 2011.
Bacterial subtyping determines the similarity between separate isolates of bacteria of the same species.
Assay of Samples with Use of IAVchip DNA Microarray for Influenza A Diagnosis and Virus Subtyping
In summary, we have compared the usefulness of the ER/PR/HER2 subtyping of breast cancer with an IHC surrogate classification and, while both are valuable at categorizing breast cancer patients for survival purposes, the ER/PR/HER2 subtype is simple, inexpensive, easy to interpret, reliable, reproducible, and readily available for clinicians without additional tests.
It's possible to classify subtyping techniques into two broad categories based on the types of cellular components that are targeted.
HIV-1 subtyping in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil: a city with African socio-demographic characteristics.
The purpose of subtyping is to differentiate isolates of bacteria beyond the classification of species or sub-species.
All sequences obtained from the RTPR and env genes were then used to determine the subtype, using database information from the following websites: National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) Genotyping tool (15, 24), REGA HIV subtyping tool (25), and Stanford HIV-1 drug-resistance database (26).
In the field of cocaine dependence, a noteworthy study was performed by Ball, Carroll, Babor and Rounsaville (1995), based on the alcoholic subtyping of Babor et al.