sequencing equipment

sequencing equipment

[′sē·kwəns·iŋ i‚kwip·mənt]
(communications)
Special selecting device that permits messages received from several teletypewriter circuits to be subsequently selected and retransmitted over a reduced number of trunks or circuits.
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The laboratory system was transferred to The Hague in 2017, allowing ICMP to begin using the next generation sequencing equipment, which is a DNA matching method that is substantially more precise than the system that was used up to that point.
Senator Marco Rubio has written a letter to Thermo Fisher Scientific asking the company to explain its role as supplier of DNA sequencing equipment to police in Chinas Xinjiang region to support a disputed biometric collection and surveillance program.
This scenario required very efficient and long-term application of the sequencing equipment, cost reductions of 50% in both capital and consumable costs, and technological advances allowing for 30 X coverage.
The size of such genetic data silos has skyrocketed thanks to the diminishing cost of sequencing equipment.
M2 PHARMA-October 7, 2013-DNA sequencing equipment, services market to grow at 20.
It will also boast state of the art laboratory facilities, including high-throughput sequencing equipment.
headquarters office and research facility for the molecular biology and DNA sequencing equipment designer and manufacturer, Genometrica Research Inc.
Life sciences company Sequenom Inc (NASDAQ:SQNM) reported on Monday the execution of an agreement for its sequencing equipment and consumables for use in the development of its noninvasive prenatal diagnostics test.
In fact, Falcon UPS products were used to protect and back up the DNA sequencing equipment used for the Human Genome Project.
Stanford University, one of several Parascale beta sites, manages ultra- high resolution images accumulated using novel high-throughput genome sequencing equipment.
has approved a total of 25 research projects with access to the advanced sequencing equipment and resources of the Institute in 2005.