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sequencing

[′sē·kwəns·iŋ]
(industrial engineering)
Designating the order of performance of tasks to assure optimal utilization of available production facilities.

sequencing

An act of specifying the exact order in which aircraft are to take off or land.
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4 July 2014 - US personalised medicine company PierianDx said it had exclusively licensed the Clinical Genomicist Workstation, a diagnostic genetic sequencing testing tool, and processes from Washington University in St.
On August 8, genetic sequencing results showed vaccine derived poliovirus; the decision was made to launch an outbreak response immunization for 175,000 children <5 years of age living in Loei, Khonkaen, and Nongbualampoo provinces (visited by the patient from March to August 2003).
Field tests, microscopic observation, and genetic sequencing all point to the genus Phytophthora.
radiodurans was selected for genetic sequencing because among six closely related species it was the most amenable to genetic manipulation.
Another genetic sequencing team of scientists at the CDC in the United States has unveiled an almost identical version of the complete SARS virus genome.
The CLIA lab business, comprising mainly genetic sequencing services, will be purchased by BioReference's fully-owned clinical diagnostic sequencing laboratory GeneDx.
The past 2 years have seen a flurry of investigations from these labs and others using genetic sequencing, analysis of gene functions, and studies of bacteria more loosely associated with insect hosts than the most sophisticated endosymbionts are.