DNA sequence


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DNA sequence

Genetics The precise order of bases–A,T,G,C–in a segment of DNA, gene, chromosome, or an entire genome. See Base pair, Base sequence analysis, Chromosome, Gene, Genome.
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DNA sequence data can also infer the evolutionary history of a group of isolates and for studies of population genetics.
These techniques either allow insertions and deletions of elements in the DNA sequence [e.
Epigenetic regulation is a primary driving force behind the creation of different cell types, each with the DNA sequence, during development of multicellular organisms.
Multiple DNA sequences were aligned with the CLUSTAL V program (25).
An executive at Maxygen, a California biotech firm, has suggested that if DNA sequences were converted to digital music they could be copyrighted as works of art.
Without waiting for the full DNA sequence, they can now locate a gene's likely position on the X chromosome more rapidly by identifying the milestones that are most closely inherited along with the gene of interest.
Six schoolmates with fever were confirmed by real-time RT-PCR and DNA sequences to have SARS-CoV infection.
The DNA sequence information that led to the renaming of Pneumocytsis organisms also provided the tools needed to better understand the relationships between these microbes and the hosts they inhabit.
Symbicom AB (Umea, Sweden) has patented an expression system comprising a DNA sequence encoding a polypeptide which has a biological activity of human kappa -casein, the system comprising a 5'flanking sequence capable of mediating expression of said DNA sequence.
A team headed by scientists in Massachusetts has announced the DNA sequence of a boxer named Tasha, a detailed comparison of the dog's genome with those of mice and people, and a study of genetic variation among dog breeds.
Delitto Perfetto is a two-step, cloning-free method: First, the CORE cassette containing genetic markers is targeted into yeast DNA, to a particular DNA sequence where the mutation, deletion, or insertion is desired.
While comparing the DNA of the Mirza species to that of other lemurs available in a library of gene sequences, the researchers encountered an unusual DNA sequence for a mouse lemur.