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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Through this partnership, Philab will offer Veritas' whole genome sequencing kits in the Philippines and the rest of Asia Pacific outside China for $999 (P51,000).
The plan is to have a centre in the region for whole genome sequencing in the field of food safety," he said in reply to a question by Gulf News.
The new grants will support the development of methods needed to integrate genome sequencing into the practice of medicine, improve the discovery and interpretation of genomic variants, and investigate the impact of genome sequencing on healthcare outcomes.
Genome sequencing reaches beyond the standard tests to uncover potential health threats present at birth that are not typically screened for in the general public.
The cost of accurate whole genome sequencing fell from about 1 billion US dollars for the Human Genome Project, down to about 1000 US dollars today.
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According to the scientists, the genome sequencing will also help them to understand why the tomatoes are different from their closely related plants including potato, pepper and coffee which belong to the Solanaceae or nightshade family of plants.
For a graphic on the shrinking cost of genome sequencing, see: http://link.
A new funding plan by the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) sharpens the focus of its flagship Genome Sequencing Program on medical applications.
which collaborated in the whole genome sequencing for the project, and Cell Line Genetics, Inc.
Known as whole genome sequencing or analysis or mapping, this global approach would provide a tremendous wealth of information--essentially disclosing the full picture of possible therapeutic targets for a patient's tumor--in contrast to limited testing for a few separate genes, which might or might not prove of value as targets in a given case.
The remarkable treatment uses genome sequencing which maps out a patient's DNA to see how they will react to the killer disease.