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*  Predictive testing
... is a form of genetic testing. It is also known as presymptomatic testing. These types of testing are used to ... but who have no features of the disorder themselves at the time of testing. Predictive testing can identify mutations that ... The results of predictive and presymptomatic testing can provide information about a person's risk of developing a specific ... List of human genes List of genetic disorders GAO report on at-home predictive genetic test kits. ...
*  Predictive value of tests
For example, for positive or negative test, the predictive values are termed positive predictive value or negative predictive ... Predictive value of tests is the probability of a target condition (for example a disease) given by the result of a test, often ... In cases where the test result is of a continuous value, the predictive value generally changes continuously along with the ... For example, for a pregnancy test that displays the urine concentration of hCG, the predictive value increases with increasing ...
*  Umu Chromotest
doi:10.1016/0165-1110(81)90032-4. Purchase (1982). "An appraisal of predictive tests for carcinogenicity". Mutation Research. ... The umu test, using only a single Salmonella strain, could potentially test a greater range of new chemicals with the same ... A simple colorimetric test is possible by adding a lactose analog which is degraded by β-galactosidase, producing a colored ... This test uses an operon fusion placing the lac operon (responsible for producing β-galactosidase, a protein which degrades ...
*  SOS chromotest
doi:10.1016/0165-1110(81)90032-4. Purchase (1982). "An appraisal of predictive tests for carcinogenicity". Mutation Research. ... The test is performed over a few hours in columns of a 96-well microplate with increasing concentrations of test samples. This ... The test is a colorimetric assay which measures the expression of genes induced by genotoxic agents in Escherichia coli, by ... Since the chemical tested may inhibit protein synthesis at higher concentrations, which would lead to an underestimation of B- ...
*  Myotonic dystrophy
This is called predictive testing. Predictive testing cannot determine the age of onset that someone will begin to have ... Genetic tests, including prenatal testing, are available for both confirmed forms. Molecular testing is considered the gold ... Testing at pregnancy to determine whether an unborn child is affected is possible if genetic testing in a family has identified ... If the child is not having symptoms, the testing is not possible with an exception of emancipated minors as a policy. There is ...
*  Huntington's disease
... but since predictive testing has been offered far fewer choose to be tested. Over 95% of individuals at risk of inheriting HD ... throughout all stages of the testing process. Because of the implications of this test, patients who wish to undergo testing ... Chapman MA (1990). "Predictive testing for adult-onset genetic disease: ethical and legal implications of the use of linkage ... "Predictive Testing for Huntington's Disease". 2011. Archived from the original on 22 January 2013. Retrieved 7 May 2013. Kuliev ...
*  Retinitis pigmentosa
"Attitudes regarding predictive testing for retinitis pigmentosa". Ophthalmic Genet. 28 (1): 9-15. doi:10.1080/13816810701199423 ... Other supportive testing may include an electroretinogram, visual field testing, or genetic testing. There is no cure for ... While visual field and acuity test results combined with retinal imagery support the diagnosis of retinitis pigmentosa, ... molecular genetic testing is available on a research basis only. RP can be inherited in an autosomal dominant, autosomal ...
*  Computational immunology
December 2001). "Food allergy-towards predictive testing for novel foods". Food Addit Contam. 18 (12): 1099-107. doi:10.1080/ ...
*  Basenji
It is the first predictive test available for Fanconi syndrome. With this test, it is possible to more accurately determine the ... the dog should be tested before breeding. As this is a non-invasive DNA test, a Basenji can be tested for HA at any time. ... Dogs tested using this "linkage test" return one of the following statuses: Probably clear/Normal Indicates the individual has ... Basenji owners are advised to test their dog's urine for glucose once a month beginning at the age of 3 years. Glucose testing ...
*  Pam-Crash
"Virtual Predictive Testing and Virtual Prototyping in Safety Engineering." 5th International Conference on Offshore Structures ... The test data and simulation results correlated very well with only minor discrepancies in terms of overall impact deformation ... A.K. Pickett, H.G. Hoeck, A. Poth and W. Sehrepfer, "Crashworthiness analysis of a full automotive rollover test using a mixed ... accidental crash of a military fighter plane into a nuclear power plant German automobile manufacturers took note and tested ...
*  Richards Heuer
Predictive test approach: Developing a tentative hypothesis and then comprehensively testing it. Heuer states that though he ... he came to discount this theory and to accept Yuri Nosenko as bona fide after exercising the predictive test approach and the ... Litmus test approach: Comparing the information from an unknown or new source with the information from a reliable or credible ... Further, Heuer and Pherson suggest that the DNI create a "center for analytic tradecraft" responsible for testing all ...
*  Hereditary sensory and autonomic neuropathy type I
Predictive testing is useful for young people to avoid serious complications of the disease. If patients with HSAN I receive ... Prenatal testing for pregnancies at increased risk is possible if the disease-causing mutation has been identified in the ... The diagnosis is also supported by additional tests, such as nerve conduction studies in the lower limbs to confirm a sensory ... Electrophysiological testing provides additional evidence that neuronal degeneration underlies the disease. Sensory potentials ...
*  Isothermal microcalorimetry
Schön, Wadsö I (1988). "The potential use of microcalorimetry in predictive tests of the action of antineoplastic drugs on ... The rate was predictive of long-term tree growth rates, was consistent for specimens from a given tree and was found to ... Suurkuusk, J; Wadsö, L (1974). "Design and testing of an improved precise drop calorimeter for the measurement of heat capacity ... Koenigbauer, MJ; Brooks SH; Rullo G; Couch RA (1992). "Solid-state stability testing of drugs by isothermal calorimetry". ...
*  DirectHit
Drug Response Indicator Test (DRIT) as a predictive test for treatment outcomes in advanced breast cancer patients (ABC). Clin ... "Improved Test for Breast Cancer Treatment". Retrieved 14 July 2010. [permanent dead link] DirectHit Test Panel. "News - Breast ... It is important to be able to quantitate the expression of predictive factors in breast cancer, because response to therapy is ... Clin Cancer Res (2005); 11: 5856-5862 Piccart M, Lohrisch C, Di Leo A, Larsimont D: The predictive value of HER2 in breast ...
*  Pre-eclampsia
... though no single biomarker is likely to be sufficiently predictive of the disorder. Predictive tests that have been assessed ... This test has a high negative predictive value among those individuals with a history of prior pre-eclampsia. Elevations in ... Examples of notable tests include: Doppler ultrasonography of the uterine arteries to investigate for signs of inadequate ... Testing for preeclampsia is recommended throughout pregnancy via measuring a person's blood pressure. Pre-eclampsia is ...
*  William H. Riker
Bruce Bueno de Mesquita and Kenneth Shepsle in their memoir write that "These have proved crucial to predictive tests for ...
*  Genetic testing
Predictive and presymptomatic testing: Predictive and presymptomatic types of testing are used to detect gene mutations ... Gene Testing Holtzman NA, Murphy PD, Watson MS, Barr PA (October 1997). "Predictive genetic testing: from basic research to ... This test is performed 10-13 weeks into pregnancy and results are ready 7-14 days after the test was done. Another test using ... Available types of testing include: Cell-free fetal DNA (cffDNA) testing is a non-invasive (for the fetus) test. It is ...
*  Pharmacodiagnostic testing
This type of test is classified as a predictive test and is a wikt:prerequisite for the implementation of stratified and ... Pharmacodiagnostic testing is pre-treatment testing performed in order to determine whether or not a patient is likely to ...
*  Patricia Verne Kailis
During this time, Kailis introduced a program for predictive testing of Huntington's disease and was involved in research into ...
*  GRaPH-Int
... population screening and predictive genetic testing for common multi-factorial diseases; and targeted populations-based ...
*  Critical Path Institute
"The Predictive Safety Testing Consortium: A Synthesis of the Goals, Challenges and Accomplishments of the Critical Path." Drug ... Mattes, WB; Walker, EG (2009). "Translational Toxicology and the Work of the Predictive Safety Testing Consortium". Clinical ... The Predictive Safety Testing Consortium (PSTC) was the first of C-Path's consortia, and brings together pharmaceutical ... "Translational toxicology and the work of the predictive safety testing consortium". Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics. 85 ...
*  Macrogen
97-8. ISBN 0801463386 - via Google Books (preview). Sleeboom-Faulkner, Margaret (2010). Frameworks of Choice: Predictive & ... Genetic Testing in Asia. Amsterdam University Press. p. 28. ISBN 9789089641656 - via Google Books (full view). Staff (April 15 ...
*  Instituto de Medicina Molecular
... developing novel predictive tests, improving diagnostics tools, and developing new therapeutic approaches. IMM was created in ...
*  Dorothy Nelkin
Looking at predictive tests across a wide range of medical specialties, Nelkin and Tancredi suggested that the increasing ... It explored the contemporary social control purposes of medical testing, showing how new imaging and diagnostic tests extended ... By looking at how disciplinary norms and values intersected with diagnostic test results and institutional priorities, Nelkin ... preoccupation with testing in American society reflected intersecting tendencies of actuarial thinking and biological ...
*  E. Philip Howrey
Howrey, E. Philip; Klein, Lawrence R.; McCarthy, Michael D. (1974). "Notes on Testing the Predictive Performance of Econometric ...
*  Job interview
Roth P. L., Campion J. E. (1992). An analysis of the predictive power of the panel interview and pre-employment tests. Journal ... International situational judgment tests, in: Situational Judgment Tests: Theory, Measurement and Application. Routledge, pp. ... Sometimes other selection tools (e.g., work samples, cognitive ability tests, personality tests) are used in combination with ... A cross-cultural test of the "five-factor model of personality and transformational leadership." J. Bus. Res. 59, 936-944. doi: ...