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Genomanalyse und Gendiagnostik

  • Jens Hanke
  • Sabina Solinas-Toldo
  • Jörg Hoheisel
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Part of the Handbuch der Molekularen Medizin book series (HDBMOLEK, volume 1)

Zusammenfassung

Eine Revolution ist im Gang, eine Revolution auf dem Gebiet der Medizin. Neuere Entwicklungen in der Molekularen Genetik und speziell das Aufkommen des Bereichs der Genomforschung führen zu völlig neuen Möglichkeiten und Perspektiven. Dabei finden diese rasanten Veränderungen parallel auf 3 Ebenen statt. Zum einen vergrößert der hohe Erkenntnisgewinn aus den Untersuchungen und methodischen Entwicklungen der Genomanalyse das grundlegende Verständnis biologischer Vorgänge und ihres Nachweises und führt damit zu direkten Verbesserungen in medizinischen Anwendungen. Zweitens werden als Ergebnis der Gentechnologie neue Methoden zur Verfügung stehen, die umwälzende Behandlungsformen ermöglichen. Drittens hat sich zumindest ein Teil der biomedizinischen Forschung gewandelt: weg von der Untersuchung von Einzelaspekten in einem relativ kleinen Rahmen hin zu breit angelegten, da sehr komplexen (Großforschungs-) Projekten, ein Vorgang, der auch ein Umdenken der betroffenen Wissenschaftler erfordert. Sowohl dieser strukturelle Wandel der Forschungstätigkeit als auch der Projektkonzeption wird mit Sicherheit auch auf die Projektierung und Abwicklung derjenigen Studien Auswirkungen haben, die sich unmittelbar an die Genomanalyse anschließen.

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