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23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Researchers have found murine leukemia viruses (MLV) related gene sequences in blood samples collected from patients diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and some healthy blood donors, according to a study published online today by the scientific journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
We observed a 93-bp in-frame deletion within the glpD gene sequences obtained from ancient dental pulp specimens.
Therefore, on average only 2% of the variability in a gene sequence is the result of amino acid substitutions.
Incyte has an appreciable number of proprietary gene sequences for which little is known about the possible functions of their encoded protein," said Robert Stein, M.
Gene closure program - LifeSeq Gold's directed program approaches full-length gene sequence closure for a large fraction of the human gene set.
However, the database will eventually merge all gene sequence information generated on all vertebrates and invertebrates, including aquatic organisms, worms, flies, rodents, and people.
Phylogenetic analysis of the isolates from 2005 was performed on the basis of complete VP1 gene sequence (GenBank accession nos.
Corning will access Incyte's LifeSeq(R) Gold human gene sequence database and Incyte's ZooSeq(TM) animal model database to manufacture comprehensive human and animal genome microarrays.
Bin Liu of the Beijing Genomic Institute in China and his team are already using the junglefowl's new gene sequence to begin searching for agriculturally important variations in the genomes of three types of domestic chicken.
Nasdaq: INCY), the leading genomic information company, and American Home Products (NYSE: AHP) announced today a partnership in which AHP will gain commercial access to Incyte's suite of gene sequence databases including the LifeSeq(R) Gold database for use in drug discovery and development.
Like a key in a lock, NEUGENE antisense compounds are designed to match up perfectly with a specific gene sequence, blocking the function of the target gene.
The partial ompA gene sequence of "Candidatus Rickettsia kellyi" has been deposited in the GenBank data library under accession no.