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Sanger,

city (1990 pop. 16,839), Fresno co., S central Calif., in the San Joaquin Valley; inc. 1911. It is a shipping and processing center for a variety of agricultural products. Manufactures include sheet metal products, wine, machinery, and corrugated boxes.
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Sanger

1. Frederick. born 1918, English biochemist, who determined the molecular structure of insulin: awarded two Nobel prizes for chemistry (1958; 1980)
2. Margaret (Higgins). 1883--1966, US leader of the birth- control movement
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Caption: Newscom/Everett Collection Margaret Sanger
Widespread negative eugenics occurred in the twentieth century, under the direction of Marie Stopes (Britain), Margaret Sanger (America) and Adolf Hitler (Germany).
Dubai has such a diverse and vivid palette of prospective shooting locations," said Sanger.
In 1962, Sanger moved to the new Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology and turned his attention to the problem of sequencing DNA.
Sanger also expressed anguish at the way internet's evolution was handled in the last two decades ever since he set up Wikipedia up in 2001.
The more people who join, said Dr Sanger, the more it will show how dissatisfied people are with the current situation.
Mann calls the book a work of fiction, although most of the events were pulled out of Sanger's autobiography.
In her exceptionally thoughtful and evenhanded book, Sanger's goal is to encourage true conversation about abortion.
And with the high-profile cyber intrusions that have occurred since, Sanger points out that no-one seems to know how to compare them to the terrestrial world.
Alexandre Almeida, Postdoctoral Fellow at EMBL-EBI and the Wellcome Sanger Institute, added, aACoeIn this study, we leveraged the most comprehensive public databases of gastrointestinal bacteria to identify bacterial species that have not been seen before.
While next generation sequencing is clearly replacing the Sanger DNA sequencing method not only for research but also for routine genetic diagnostic tests, studies have shown it is not as reliable as a standalone genetic test.
In addition, Mutation Surveyor software (SoftGenetics LLC, PA, USA), a commercial program, can automatically complete sequence alignment and detect variants, including single-nucleotide variants, as well as insertions and deletions within Sanger sequencing traces.