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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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Orlando -- The Forensic Evidence Department at the Abu Dhabi Police has presented two papers on criminal biology and the genetic sequence at the conference of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences in Orlando, Forida, USA.
TSX-V: MDG), a biotechnology company focused on developing highly effective and affordable vaccines based on proprietary manufacturing technologies and Virus-Like Particles (VLPs), today announced that it has received a genetic sequence of the new strain of influenza A (H1N1) that has recently been identified in USA and Mexico, and has commenced laboratory work with its VLP vaccine technology to produce material for testing.
Scientists have deciphered the complete genetic sequence of the parasite Plasmodium vivax, the leading cause of relapsing malaria, and compared it with the genomes of other species of malaria parasites.
Until now, next generation technologies were used to scan the entire genetic sequence more quickly, but scientists are attempting to use it to search for gene changes in a tiny fraction of people's genetic make-up.
html), you can listen to the compositions and even submit your own genetic sequence and have it translated to music.
This is accomplished by providing large numbers of unique antibody reagents generated from customer-specified genetic sequence information.
The site classifies these databases as literature search databases, molecular databases, or genomic biology databases to make finding them easier; GenBank, NIH's annotated genetic sequence database, stands under its own heading.
Today, researchers already have used the virus' genetic sequence to create tests that weed out people who may have breathing problems but are not infected with SARS.
This test analyzes the HIV genetic sequence, identifies mutations that have occurred, and searches a database of resistance information for similar patterns.
This is the second agreement that Affymetrix has made with HGSI to use its genetic sequence information in its GeneChip platform and it is another step in Affymetrix's continuing struggle to establish its GeneChip system as something of a standard for the acquiring and manipulation of genetic information.
British children ages 7 to 9 who inherited a particular genetic sequence on human chromosome 6 tended to perform poorly on tests of reading and spelling abilities, whether or not they had already been classified as dyslexic, say Silvia Paracchini of the University of Oxford, in England, and her colleagues.
The chapter on new polio vaccines is coauthored by Eckard Wimmer, who achieved worldwide fame by using the poliovirus' known genetic sequence to synthesize that virus from the building blocks of DNA and a broth of other chemicals.