genome project

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genome project

1. The Human Genome Project, see there.
2. A general term for a coordinated research initiative for mapping and sequencing the genome of any organism.
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Our sequencing division is well-staffed by scientists who have played a key role in a number of large-scale genome projects, including Human Genome Project, Rice Genome Project, Silkworm Genome Project, Chicken Genome Project and Porcine Genome Project.
Pakistan has become the sixth country, working on the genome projects after US, UK, China, Japan and India.
Frank Schacherer, chief operations officer of BIOBASE, said that the company has a powerful dataset that has been used for many high-profile human genome projects, such as the Craig Venter and the 1000 Genomes project.
If a high number of cancer genes are eventually scrutinized, the effort would be the equivalent of thousands of Human Genome Projects.
This volume assembles informative articles addressing the basics of the human genome projects and pertinent theological opinions.
The genome projects have been an invisible accelerator pedal for this kind of genetic research," agrees Bishai.
More than 70 other microbial genome projects are under way; a regularly updated listing is available on the Internet (http://www.
Technologies Used in Genome Projects by Type of Project
Furthermore, investigators who study cattle, dogs, frogs, zebrafish, and other animals are all clamoring for genome projects of their own.
Macrogen's DNA sequence analysis service includes the analysis of DNA sequences of various genetic samples from as many as 60 countries worldwide as well as comprehensive genetic analysis services ranging from whole genome projects to genotyping.
RNAi and the genome projects have moved research into a new paradigm.