A genetic biomarker is a DNA sequence used to predict a phenotype or genotype inheritance. For example when studying a particular phenotype it is possible to set a mainly present sequence in individuals that share the phenotype to study but not in those who do not express this phenotype. The sequence can be a marker to predict the phenotype.
Dr. Juan Sabater-TobellaEuropean Specialist in Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (EC4)Member of the Pharmacogenomics Research NetworkPresidente de EUGENOMIC®
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