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To ask why such-and-such a kind of sequence occurs is either to ask a meaningless question, or to demand some more general kind of sequence which includes the one in question.
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We developed a system for rapid determination of viral RNA sequences whereby genomic sequence is obtained from cultured virus isolates without subcloning into plasmid vectors.
We develop a qualitative analysis of asynchronous forum of several e-learning courses identifying sequences or moves of teaching discourse.
Rockman's team first compared chemical sequences of prodynorphin-regulating DNA from 74 people and 32 nonhuman primates.
Most variants in the current database have been identified as single-base mismatches by comparing sequences from overlapping BAC (bacterial artificial chromosome) clones that were sequenced for the human genome or by comparing the reference genome sequence with sequences obtained by shotgun sequencing (Altshuler et al.
Renowned in the life science community for its accuracy and high quality data in the analysis of genetic variability and DNA sequences, Pyrosequencing is now being developed for the application area of whole genome sequencing," said Erik Wallden, CEO of Pyrosequencing.
3) Thus, the mtDNA sequences obtained from maternally related individuals, such as a brother and a sister or a mother and a daughter, will exactly match each other in the absence of a mutation.
Examining Charge Sequences for Coreless Induction Furnaces
GenomeQuest[TM] is a sequence search solution that enables biologists to evaluate novel gene sequences, and allows IP lawyers to evaluate freedom-to-operate, patentability, and competitive landscape features for the same sequences.
The sequences were compared in the GenBank database (www.
The Sanger method routinely sequences DNA segments containing 800 base pairs, while the 454 Life Sciences report describes sequencing only 100-base-pair segments.