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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The new division will offer clinically and scientifically annotated biospecimens, gene sequencing, bioinformatics, and laboratory services to the global pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and diagnostics industries.
Advaita founder and CEO, Sorin Draghici, Ph.D., says, “This combined Phase I and Phase II SBIR award is strong validation of our new approach to find meaning in the 'big data' that come from gene sequencing technologies.
During the collaboration period of one year, each bacterial isolate received by SBRL will be tested using the MALDI Biotyper, traditional phenotypic and 16S ribosomal RNA gene sequencing to validate the results.
Gene sequencing is central to personalised medicine, which allows scientists to predict a patient's response to a particular drug, both during clinical practice and in drug trials.
KATHMANDU: Scientists announced Monday they had combined cutting-edge gene sequencing technology with Google Earth to accurately map the spread of typhoid in Kathmandu for the first time.
"When you combine our CF gene sequencing test with access to our knowledgeable geneticists, we help physicians provide better, more informed care for their patients."
Indeed, gene sequencing and experimental infection of chickens indicated that the peafowl isolate was the H120 IB vaccine strain, while the teal isolate was possibly a field strain of a nephropathogenic IBV.
Paul, also is relying on gene sequencing, as he examines fungal damage in wooden huts built in the early 1900s by Ernest Shackleton, Robert Scott, and their crews as they explored Antarctica.
The present invention is useful in determining host HIV titer, drug sensitivity, HIV amplification, gene sequencing and co-receptor utilization.
Since the center's inception in 1988, NCBI scientists have developed important novel algorithms and research approaches in the fields of computational biology and gene sequencing, among others.
He points out that by combining the expertise and information available from both groups, "the gene sequencing project was completed ahead of schedule and with more detail than we originally planned." That, in his view, was the real beauty of the collaboration.