base sequence


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base sequence

[′bās ′sē·kwəns]
(genetics)
The specific order of purine and pyrimidine bases in a polynucleotide such as deoxyribonucleic acid or ribonucleic acid.
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Different restriction enzymes cut different base sequences and some make staggered cuts which leaves unpaired DNA ("sticky ends") and other cut leaving no unpaired DNA ("blunt ends").
n]} denotes the triangular base sequence, then we have the asymptotic formula
Two clones (E18, E19) had an identical 640 base sequence while E20 varied from these two by four separate transitions.
A segment of DNA 54 (correct mRNA) factual knowledge sense strand with 85 (correct tRNA) its base sequence is 4 (correct amino given below.
If information can be stored in human brain cells without altering the DNA base sequence, it must also be possible to store the program by a similar or a different mechanism in the biochip (cell).
Contract awarded for Multi-type base sequence analysis of clinical isolates and other domestic cafe nem resistant intestinal bacteria
Designing a base sequence of artificial DNA, for the DNA replication reaction, that depends strongly on the differences in DNA sequences.
Sakaki said the Riken researchers found the difference by mapping the complete base sequence of chromosome 22 of chimpanzees.
Asahi Glass Company Ltd (Tokyo, Japan) has patented a secretion signal gene having a base sequence encoding a polypeptide functional as a secretion signal in fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe (hereinafter referred to as S.
A single overnight run can produce a 10,000 base sequence, says Carrano.
Studies of 16S ribosomal RNA (rRNA) base sequence and rRNA-DNA homology may provide the most reliable evidence of phylogenetic relatedness of different taxa.
As a first step, the company announced the introduction of BioScope[TM], an appliance- or cloud-enabled software solution that decreases analysis time by 80 percent, enables industry leading SNP detection and transcriptome analysis, and allows researchers to export mappable sequence data into a standardized base sequence format.