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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Through the creation of a genomic map of each baby, doctors can identify these tiny, revealing pieces of biological evidence.
A stack of fifteen equidistant narrow horizontal bands, each broken up into smaller segments of varying size and color, Journey, 2015, resembles a genomic map or an abstract score in which traditional notation has been replaced with a progression of subtle chromatic and tonal shifts, turning color and its intensities into a type of musical language.
He revealed that the Saudi genome project is the first genomic map for Arabs in the Middle East and the Islamic world.
But thanks to new data-mining technology, this is the first study to radically refine and, until now, roughly-piecemealed genomic map of the human IGH-chain locus.
In this approach, the resolution of the deduced fetal genomic map is governed by the resolutions of the parental genetic maps.
The University of Minnesota has finished the genomic map of the wild rice, opening the way, community activists say, for corporations to patent the rice and sell it at a profit--effectively making the rice too expensive for most Indians.
Under the terms of the agreement Lynx could receive $60 million over a five-year period for certain analyses, the achievement of specific technological milestones and the delivery of the genomic map of a certain crop.
The facility would link biodiversity databases in a one-stop global information resource that catalogued plant, animal and microbial distribution and physiology, genomic maps, and the behaviour and function of species in ecosystems.
The 100K Genome Project will publish the genomes that are completed and validated using OpGen's Whole Genome Maps to a database, providing access to the genomic maps for public health agencies throughout the world.
I will utilize public gene expression data and genomic maps of chromatin modifiers to annotate the role of each chromatin block, and construct an unbiased comprehensive map of the genome packaging.
With genomic maps in hand, Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and collaborating scientists at Washington State University (WSU) are plotting new strategies for fighting the bacterium Anaplasma marginale.

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