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To contrast these genes, none of the 16 variable sites in MLP had an MAF > 5% in the sequenced population (n = 90 samples), and therefore, none can be considered common in the population.
The team has already sequenced segments of 500 bases, he says.
Bedford, MA, USA) were sequenced with a DNA sequencing kit (Big Dye Terminator Cycle Sequencing V2.
3) While the genomes of a few agriculturally important animals and plants have been sequenced, the most informative studies will require comparisons between different individuals, different domesticated breeds and several wild variants of each species.
The public version of the genome sequence represents a working draft in which scientists have put in order DNA fragments covering 97 percent of the genome and sequenced more than 85 percent of them to varying degrees of accuracy.
A 1,328-bp PCR product of ompB from the positive control DNA was sequenced and showed 100% identity with the published R.
Without annotation, the billions of bases of DNA sequenced are essentially useless, says bioinformatician Sylvia J.
Through the power of gel-based DNA sequencing, over 20,000 genes were identified and the 3 billion chemical base pairs that make up human DNA were sequenced during the 13-year U.
The genomes of the viral isolate were sequenced to determine whether genetic changes were associated with increased pathogenicity and to assess whether the virus had acquired human influenza A genes.
The 10 genes were sequenced in the human and 12 other species: chimpanzee, baboon, cat, dog, cow, pig, rat, mouse, chicken, zebrafish, and two species of pufferfish.
The researchers identified 13,601 genes in the segments they sequenced.
To assess the genetic diversity and relationships between the isolates, we sequenced two housekeeping genes (glmM and hspA).

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