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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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For and on behalf of the contracting entity of the university of helsinki (hereinafter referred to as the buyer), We invite tenders for: Small rna library preparation and high-throughput sequencing services to be applied on 400 rna samples.
This year's review of genetics contains 23 studies of such aspects as witnessing genome evolution: experimental reconstruction of endosymbiotic and horizontal gene transfer, transcriptional regulation in Archaea: from individual genes to global regulatory networks, genetic and structural analysis of RRNPP intercellular peptide signaling of Gram-positive bacteria, combining traditional mutagenesis with new high-throughput sequencing and genome editing to reveal hidden variation in polyploid wheat, and the generation and evolution of neural cell types and circuits: insights from the Drosophila visual system.
Adaptive Biotechnologies combines high-throughput sequencing and expert bioinformatics to profile T-cell and B-cell receptors.
The AbGenesis platform enables partners across the pharmaceutical industry to analyze and bioengineer monoclonals and TCRs with the help of high-throughput sequencing.
The widespread application of high-throughput sequencing in studying evolutionary processes and patterns of diversification has led to many important discoveries.
The web page provides scientists with optimized ChIP methodologies for qPCR, high-throughput qPCR, sequencing, high-throughput sequencing and enzymatic chromatin shearing using Chromatrap kits.
French genome analysis company IntegraGen (FR0010908723 - ALINT) and the Institut Pasteur have signed an agreement for high-throughput sequencing in the field of microbiology, IntegraGen said.
Louis by using high-throughput sequencing of nucleic acid from a clinical sample.
The biggest expense in sequencing a human genome now is the cost of storing the information, says Scott Kahn, vice president of commercial enterprise informatics at Illumina, a San Diego biotech company specializing in high-throughput sequencing.
8220;While high-throughput sequencing holds enormous potential for unlocking new discoveries, the high cost and complexity of sequencing projects necessitate a professional marketplace like Genohub to improve access and facilitate collaboration between researchers and service providers across universities, companies, as well as other private and public research organizations around the globe,” said Pouya Razavi, Genohub's CEO and co-founder.
In this study, using high-throughput sequencing techniques, the team led by researchers from Queen Mary, University of London, sought to identify new variants, including rare and potentially high risk ones, in 25 previously identified risk genes in a sample of nearly 42,000 individuals (24,892 with autoimmune disease and 17,019 controls).
It will also boast state of the art laboratory facilities, including high-throughput sequencing equipment.