Genetic testing means an analysis of genetic markers to exclude or identify a man as the father or a woman as the mother of a child. The term includes an analysis of one or a combination of the following:
Genetic testing means medical tests used to identify changes in chromosomes, genes or proteins.
Genetic testing means a test of a person’s genes, gene products or chromosomes, for abnormalities or deficiencies, including carrier status, that are linked to physical or mental disor- ders or impairments, or that indicate a susceptibility to illness, dis- ease, impairment or other disorders, whether physical or mental, or that demonstrate genetic or chromosomal damage due to envi- ronmental factors.
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Expenses related to Genetic Testing performed as a diagnostic tool; to predict the presence of a specific disease in those with a familial history; preconception or prenatal screening; or population screening.
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Genetic testing means an analysis of genetic markers
Genetic testing means any laboratory test of human DNA, RNA, or chromosomes that is used to identify the presence or absence of alterations in genetic material which are associated with disease or illness. "Genetic testing" includes only such tests as are direct measures of such alterations rather than indirect manifestations thereof.
Genetic testing means the same as genetic test as defined in 29 U.S.C. §1191b(d)(7). “Genetic testing” does not mean routine physical measurement, a routine chemical, blood, or urine analysis, a biopsy, an autopsy, or clinical specimen obtained solely for the purpose of conducting an immediate clinical or diagnostic test to detect an existing disease, illness, impairment, or disorder, or a test for drugs or for human immunodeficiency virus infections.
Genetic testing means an analysis of genetic markers to exclude or identify a man as a father or a woman as the mother of the child. The term includes an analysis of one or a combination of the following: a.) deoxyribonucleic acid, b.) blood-group antigens, red-cell antigens, human-leukocyte antigens, serum enzymes, serum proteins, or red-cell enzymes.
Genetic testing means an analysis of genetic markers to exclude or identify a man
Genetic testing means an analysis of genetic markers to identify or exclude a
Genetic testing means a scientific analysis of genetic markers which is performed by a qualified technical laboratory only to exclude an individual as the parent of a child or to show a probability of paternity.