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The determination of the sequence of nucleotides in a sample of DNA.
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base-sequence analysisA generally automated method for determining the order of nucleotide bases in a nucleic acid (DNA or RNA).
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DNA sequencingThe determination of the sequence of base pairs in a length of DNA.
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DNA sequencingdetermination of the order of NUCLEOTIDES in a DNA molecule or part thereof. A number of techniques is available to determine a DNA sequence, for example the chain-terminator DNA sequencing procedure (see DIDEOXYRIBONUCLEOTIDE). Generally such techniques rely on the power of polyacrylamide gels to resolve NUCLEIC ACID molecules that differ in length by only a single nucleotide. Ladders of DNA fragments are formed on the gels following ELECTROPHORESIS. Both manual and automated methods of sequencing are available.
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