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DNA sequencing

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(cell and molecular biology)
The determination of the sequence of nucleotides in deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) molecules.
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While the shotgun strategy is crucial to the new company's plans, Venter points out that the automated DNA sequencing machines just developed by Perkin-Elmer are equally important.
The system "fingerprints" infection-causing bacteria using automated DNA sequencing, stores the resulting DNA sequences in a central database and analyzes the results using proprietary algorithms.
This collaboration led to a new product line for LI-COR for the commercialization of automated DNA sequencing systems and eventually protein analysis and small animal imaging systems based on near-infrared fluorescence.
The latter samples are suitable for direct automated DNA sequencing in high complexity testing hospital laboratories to improve patient care.
VGI develops, manufactures and markets high performance automated DNA sequencing systems and complete kits for the analysis of genes linked to disease.
The genome of the isolate was analyzed for specific mutations in the pncA, oxyR, and gyrB genes by automated DNA sequencing, polymerase chain reaction--restriction fragment length polymorphism (PCR-RFLP) technique, and spoligotyping as described previously (5,12-16).
The overall goal of this treatment was to make the template shorter after each step of automated DNA sequencing.
The Company pioneered the development of several essential laboratory technologies, including automated DNA sequencing, DNA synthesis, the polymerase chain reaction (PCR), and mass spectrometry.
These were chemiluminescent tagging of DNA; polymerase chain reaction (PCR)--the process for making numerous copies of a small stretch of DNA, and automated DNA sequencing based on the other two technologies.
Richmond, VA; 800-735-9224), a biotechnology contract research organization, announced that it has received a Notice of Allowance from the United States Patent and Trademark Office for its automated DNA sequencing reagent, AccuTrac, and the process for which it is used.
Under the settlement, CBI will license its DNA lane tracking technology for automated DNA sequencing to Applied Biosystems .
A Canadian company that develops, manufactures and markets automated DNA sequencing systems has caught the eye of Bayer Corporation, which is willing to acquire Visible Genetics Inc.

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