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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Enzyme accurate amplificiranje large fragments of genomic DNA to 20kb, suitable for genomic mapping and sequencing, including a set of three different buffers adjusted to amplificiranje fragments of genomic DNA with a size of 5 to 20 kb.
ADP database information includes analyses from genomic mapping and genotyping, physical and biochemical descriptions of the accessions, and DNA markers associated with genes for important traits like higher mineral content, adaptability to nutrient-poor soils, and resistance to diseases like rust and angular leaf spot that can decimate susceptible bean crops.
GENES hide a great mystery inside them and, thanks to the emergence of genomic mapping technology, one can now predict the risk of different kinds of cancers.
He checks her medication and medical records (synchronized with the local accountable care organization), including DNA sequence (the result of the genomic mapping service provided by the pharmacy chain) and starts to review the markers on her DNA.
Chapters on quantitative genomic mapping methods treat adaptive plasticity in genetic variations.
As part of their genomic mapping, the researchers found that Plasmodium falciparum recombined fastest in Africa.
Genetic Technologies is an Australian biotechnology company that holds several United States and international patents in three leading areas of genetics: non-coding sequence/intron DNA analysis, non-coding sequence genomic mapping, and fetal cell recovery.
Genomic mapping research for known and high risk, non-indigenous organisms, in order to quickly identify a genetically engineered organism, which would strongly indicate the possibility of an attack.
Twelve papers address genomic mapping and sequencing, databases, multigene families, regulation of gene expression, signal transduction, the microfilament system, the GTPase superfamily, the kinome, glycosyltransferase genomics, and whole-genome functional analysis.
The $500,000 grant is earmarked for development of a commercial platform that uses the Company's rapid DNA analysis and genomic mapping technologies.
Genetic Technologies is a biotechnology company that holds several United States and international patents in three leading areas of genetics: non-coding sequence analysis, genomic mapping, and fetal cell recovery.
The $500,000 grant will be used to advance the development of the Company's technology for rapid DNA analysis and genomic mapping.

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