DNA sequencing

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DNA sequencing

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

DNA sequencing

n
(Biochemistry) the procedure of determining the order of base pairs in a section of DNA
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To introduce the cells into an analytical instrument or gene sequencer, the researcher lowers the temperature of the blood sample to 4[degrees]C and they are released in a state of high purity.
One of his teams at the Centre for Life runs a gene sequencer, like the one used to work out the entire genome of the human body.
Lupski's team used a gene sequencer from Carlsbad, California-based Life Technologies to read the entire DNA code in the samples from Lupski and three of his siblings who have the syndrome, his parents and four other siblings who do not.
However, a practical gene sequencer must handle molecules hundreds of bases in length, he notes.
The heart of the process is the gene sequencer. This technological marvel, the size of a small refrigerator, owes its existence to government-funded scientists.
and Shimadzu Seisakusho of the RISA-384 gene sequencer. Just this year, five new biotech venture capital funds have been established, as has Nasdaq Japan.