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cod·ing se·quence

the portion of DNA that codes for transcription of messenger RNA.
See also: exon.

cod·ing se·quence

(kōd'ing sē'kwĕns)
The portion of DNA that codes for transcription of messenger RNA.
See: exon

coding sequence (CDS)

a genome sequence bounded by a start and stop codon that encodes the AMINO ACIDS of a protein.
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Sequence analysis of the amplified partial 18S short subunit ribosomal RNA coding region from examination of formalin-fixed tissue by using PCR disclosed a 93% identity to Eimeria reichenowi in GenBank, suggesting a novel Eimeria species.
To date, about 200 different other pathogenic mutations have been reported in the coding region of TCOF1.
0 and the chicken MSTN gene compete coding region (GenBank Accession No.
In current study, sequencing and SNPs analysis of PRKAA2 gene in two Pakistani buffalo breeds, Nili-Ravi and Kundi was carried out to find out novel SNPs in the coding and non- coding region of PRKAA2 gene.
Specifically the DNC NSCT service requires a contractor to conduct full coding region sequence analysis of known disease genes associated with CMD and CM; in selected instances RNA analysis should also be available.
The first SNP was a base substitution (T[right arrow]C) at 367 bp of coding region in exon 2, which changed a leucine to a serine in protein sequence.
Unlike the coding region of the genome where our 23,000 protein-coding genes lie, the non-coding region -- which makes up 98% of our genome -- is poorly understood.
To find a mutation responsible for IBGC, we sequenced the coding region of 5LC20A2 as well as promoter and coding region of 5PP2 in the index subject of IBGC-affected family.
TYDC gene family involve 8 coding region which are categorize in two groups.
Table-1: Partial Sequences of Leptin gene with Exon 2: Pink highlight in the reference gene fragment shows the protein coding region with the blue letter showing the corresponding amino acid.
In the second generations, programs such as SORFIND [9] and Xpound [10] combined splice signal and coding region identification to predict exons.
Four of these five isolates had a novel NG-MAST sequence type, and all four isolates sequenced had a novel combination of mutations involving the 23S rRNA gene and the coding region of the mtrR gene associated with N.