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Molecular Pathology

Molecular genetic testing spans the entire spectrum from the characterization of cell biology, protein expression and chromosomal rearrangements to the resolution of single abnormalities in the DNA template. Infectious agents can be identified by virtue of unique DNA/RNA sequences. Molecular testing is used not only in diagnosis, but also in monitoring for the effectiveness of therapy and detection of residual disease in various malignancies. Molecular techniques can also predict the effectiveness of some important medications as well as identify specific targets in individual patients’ tumors for new therapeutic modalities (“personalized medicine”). Molecular testing utilizes sensitive tools that often confirm ambiguous diagnoses suspected by microscopic evaluation, guide therapeutic decisions and assess. amplified and over-expressed in those cancers; the specific gene that is amplified can only be identified by molecular testing.

90% of molecular cases are diagnosed and reported within 48 hours

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Anna Berry, M.D.
Pathologist - Seattle
Dr Berry is the director of Molecular Pathology at CellNetix. Prior to joining CellNetix, she was Associate Professor of Pathology at University of California San Francisco.  She is board certified in Molecular Genetic Pathology ...
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Molecular testing is used not only in diagnosis, but also in monitoring for the effectiveness of therapy and detection of residual disease in various malignancies. Molecular techniques can also predict the effectiveness of some important medications as well as identify specific targets in individual patients’ tumors for new therapeutic modalities (“personalized medicine”).