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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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This sequencing project is intended to afford the Company and researchers throughout the world the opportunity to compare results generated by the Solexa Genome Analysis System with other publicly available data.
Molecular characterization of human enteroviruses in clinical samples: comparison between VP2, VP1, and RNA polymerase regions using RT nested PCR assays and direct sequencing of products.
DNA sequencing based on capillary electrophoresis revolutionized the world of biological science and led to the sequencing of the human genome and other important model organisms.
of nucleases), and to concentrate them down to tens of microliters (18,19) for sequencing or mass spectrometric analysis.
Attain relatively uniform sequencing coverage with minimal correlation to base composition; and
QAD JIT Sequencing gives global manufacturers the immediate benefit of visibility of demand, and the ability to align both the sequence of production and the customer's use of it, without need for extra inventory -- for a clear operational advantage," said Jim Kirkley, chief technology officer, QAD.
Whole-genome random sequencing and assembly of Haemophilus influenzae Rd.
As a vehicle travels down the OEM's assembly line, demand signals are triggered at specific points and the QAD JIT Sequencing module receives and processes message data, including sequence number, vehicle identification number and product configuration information about the vehicle, directly to the supplier's planning and execution systems.
The ability to sequence many genomes completely has been made possible by the enormous reduction of the cost of sequencing in the past two decades, from tens of dollars per base in the 1980s to a few cents per base today.
Shotgun sequencing resembles doing a jigsaw puzzle.
It is anticipated that emerging technologies are sufficiently advanced that, with additional investment, it may be possible to achieve proof of principle or even early stage commercialization for genome-scale sequencing within five years.
Roe of the University of Oklahoma in Norman, a leader of the sequencing project.