analyses indicated that the ferret HEV genome shares the highest nucleotide sequence
The application is directed towards a double-stranded synthetic gene comprising multiple copies of a structural gene region having a nucleotide sequence
which is identical to a nucleotide sequence
of a target gene in a eukaryotic cell.
The invention further relates to the use of the nucleotide sequence
in the sense or antisense orientation to inhibit the expression of the plant gene corresponding to the CJAS1 sequence as a means to alter seed metabolism in plants, particularly cruciferous plants, more particularly Brassica species, to generate seeds with reduced fiber content and/or altered seed coats.
8% nucleotide sequence
identity to the German and North American DuCV isolates.
The information embedded in the linear nucleotide sequence
of DNA contains coding information for RNA and protein, as well as regulatory sequences that control the biology of DNA itself.
A team led by Kumarasamy Thangaraj of the Center for Cellular and Molecular Biology in Hyderabad, India, analyzed the complete nucleotide sequence
of mitochondrial DNA--which is inherited only maternally--from 10 people belonging to two hunter-gatherer groups on the Andaman Islands off Myanmar.
Established in 2000, 454 Life Sciences develops technologies and tools to sequence whole genomes using a massively parallel, scalable platform that compresses the time, cost, sample preparation, and space required to determine the nucleotide sequence
of whole genomes.
Celera has reportedly not registered its original sequence data on the human genome with the International Nucleotide Sequence
Database Collaboration organized by experts in Europe, Japan and the United States.
Genome organization and nucleotide sequence
of human papillomavirus type 33, which is associated with cervical cancer.
Examples of these include the identification of open reading frames encoding potential genes obtained from raw nucleotide sequence
data from the Human Genome Project; and the BLAST program used to compare a nucleotide/amino acid sequence with all sequences in the GenBank database.
By comparing the DNA nucleotide sequence
of the target gene from a tissue biopsy (or other source of DNA) to the normal gene sequence in databases, the presence or absence of genetic mutations can be documented.
More than 275,000 nucleotide sequence
tags from TIGM's knockout mouse library are deposited into National Institutes of Health's GenBank, providing scientists free access to research tools