complete sequence

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Finally, the large proportion of patients clinically diagnosed with breast cancer in whom no mutations were found, especially among those with complete sequence of the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes, supports the fact that the development of breast and ovarian cancer not only depends on a reduced spectrum of genetic factors associated with mutations in these particular genes, and that other genetic and non-genetic factors must be considered.
The only complete sequence of e-crystallin has been reported from duck lens (Hendricks et al.
Each complete sequence is then passed to a simple video file player.
Direct CBI to supply all materials with complete sequence of actions taken by the CBI director.
Researchers also resolved at the base-pair level the complete sequence of over 26,000 structural variants, 75% of which have not been previously reported.
He remained in Cambridge after the war ended, where his first major accomplishment was to establish the complete sequence of amino acid building blocks that make up cow insulin--one of the very few proteins available commercially in pure form.
The most complete sequence to date of the Neanderthal genome has been discovered by using DNA extracted from a woman's toe bone that dates back 50,000 years, according to University of California, Berkeley, scientists.
1994 The complete sequence of BRCAI gene is identified, including specific mutations related to hereditary breast and ovarian cancer, by a collaborative effort led by Mark Skolnick at the University of Utah Medical Center.
Thanks to new technology - next generation DNA sequencing - 13 different isolates were sequenced from around the world, and compared to a complete sequence constructed for E.
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