DNA sequencing

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DNA sequencing

[¦dē¦en¦ā ′sē·kwən·siŋ]
(cell and molecular biology)
The determination of the sequence of nucleotides in deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) molecules.
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Customers rely on our unique and proprietary genomics technologies and services, backed by our specialized experts in DNA sequencing, gene synthesis, molecular biology, high-throughput sequencing, bioinformatics, and GLP regulatory-compliant services.
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The research utilised high-throughput sequencing techniques performed at the Barts and The London Genome Centre and demonstrated for the first time that the sequencing can call genotypes as accurately as 'gold standard techniques' such as genotyping array platforms.
There are a number of advantages to high-throughput sequencing, which vary depending on the specific technology discussed.
Our molecular pathology approach provides the next generation of information that allows them to prioritize the best potential drug targets from among the many candidates that are identified by high-throughput sequencing and gene chips," said Dr.
Detection of Multiple Myeloma Cells in Peripheral Blood Using High-Throughput Sequencing Assay
Contract award: acquisition of high-throughput sequencing platform and associated devices.
Adaptive Biotechnologies is the pioneer and leader in combining high-throughput sequencing and expert bioinformatics to profile T-cell and B-cell receptors.
This TriMark Publications report provides an in-depth analysis of key technology and market trends in the high-throughput sequencing space while analyzing the main drivers of growth in markets for PCR products and applications.
com)-- Today Bioo Scientific announced the launch of the NEXTflex[TM] Bisulfite-Seq Kit which is the first complete kit available designed to simplify library preparation of bisulfite treated DNA for down-stream high-throughput sequencing.
Contributors also address adaptation to the plant apoplast by pathogenic bacteria and specific issues related to Agobacterium (pathogenicity, biocontrol and evolution), Xyella fastidiosa (common genes and genomic breaks), the sugarcane pathogen Leifsonia xyli and Xanthomonas (biological insights based on genome sequencing), enterobacterial plant pathogens, Ralstonia solanacearum and bacterial wilt, Pseudomonas syringae (secretion systems, effector genes and the evolution of virulence), elicitors of innate immunity in plants, bacterial Type III effectors and their plant targets, cyclic Di-GMP signaling and the regulation of virulence, characteristics of native plasmids from plant pathogenic bacteria, and the use of bioinformatics in high-throughput sequencing technology.
They also have the potential to widen the user base for the technology, as the infrastructure and knowledge needed to conduct relatively high-throughput sequencing, or clinical diagnostic sequencing, would be substantially reduced and simplified.