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sequencing

 [se´kwens-ing]
the placement in order of information, concepts, or actions.

se·quenc·ing

(sē'kwens-ing),
The determination of the sequence of subunits in a macromolecule.

sequencing

(se'kwen-sing) [L. sequor, to follow]
1. The application of particular treatments in a specific order rather than randomly or haphazardly.
2. The determination of the order of nucleotides in a gene or a genome. Synonym: gene sequencing; genetic sequencing

deep sequencing

Examination of a nucleic acid genome with such precision that even very rare genetic mutations are identified.

gene sequencing

Sequencing (2).

genetic sequencing

Sequencing (2).

sequencing

see dna sequencing.
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