DNA sequencing

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DNA sequencing

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The determination of the sequence of nucleotides in a sample of DNA.

DNA sequencing

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(Biochemistry) the procedure of determining the order of base pairs in a section of DNA
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is investing an initial P500 million in US-based Veritas Genetics, whose whole genome sequencing technology is capable of revealing crucial details about an individual, including the risk for inherited conditions and the efficacy of certain drugs.
Dubai: Dubai is striving to become a regional centre of whole genome sequencing for investigating food poisoning cases and improving food safety, officials said ahead of an international conference that will explore this new technique in detail.
9 million toward research that aims to accelerate the use of genome sequencing in clinical care.
This technology, called whole genome sequencing (WGS), already exists.
The journey from concept to reduction to practice has already gone beyond my expectations in terms of performance, adoption, and early insights, yet the era of clinical whole genome sequencing is perhaps only just beginning.
Contract notice: Market Consultation for one system that can be carried out if both exome sequencig and genome sequencing.
Complete genome sequencing of 2 strains showed >20% overall nucleotide difference to known HEVs.
Dewey reported being a stockholder and member of the scientific advisory board of Personalis, a privately held genome interpretation company, and receiving royalties for patented technology related to genome sequencing.
For each of 23 pathogens they describe the genome sequencing initiative and discuss the contributions that the genome sequence information has made and is expected to make to the understanding of the pathogen's ecology, adaptations, and evolution from the perspectives of basic science and of food safety, public health, and regulatory impacts.
Doctors are currently attempting to find ways in which genetic information gleaned from genome sequencing could be used to improve people's health.
Genome sequencing or DNA sequencing is done to study the different type of proteins, which are important building blocks of life, found in these organisms.
The computer chip and biochemicals to sequence a genome will cost $1,000, compared to, for example, $3,000 to test for mutations just in the BRCA genes that raise the risk of breast and ovarian cancer and $5,000 for a complete genome sequencing by Ion Torrent competitor Illumina Inc.