unique sequence

unique sequence

a DNA sequence that is present only once in the GENOME.
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CRISPR is a powerful tool that can precisely manipulate the genome by targeting a unique sequence of DNA.
Many of these birds have been fitted with large plastic leg rings which carry a unique sequence of letters and numbers engraved on them so that we can identify individual birds.
Each unique sequence is represented by a circle sized relative to its frequency in the dataset.
When the year's A-levels were published, brothers Gerard and Peter completed the family's unique sequence of top-notch results in history examinations.
As an example, if you know that a specific segment of health care providers responds to a unique sequence of product messaging, you can proactively serve up that same sequence of information to similar customers.
Vendor to append a unique sequence number to each mail set.
Syn-Coll is a small tripeptide (palmitoyl tripeptide-5) with a unique sequence.
Tailoring their slow movements to the wax, in a unique sequence dictated by the temperature and viscosity of the material, the two men created a breathtaking moving tableau.
In selling the Iran nuclear deal to the Republican-controlled Congress and other sceptics like Israel, Obama has said: "If Iran cheats, the world will know it" - thanks to a unique sequence of inspections and double-checking.
The building is a unique sequence of cascading concrete floors interconnected by stairs and ramps, creating a vertical campus within the building.
He trained the son of Exchange Rate to win all his five starts at two, including a unique sequence of top two-year-old sprints - the Norfolk Stakes, Prix Robert Papin, Prix Morny and Middle Park Stakes.
Outlining a unique sequence of incidents that threatened to leave the homeowners with bills running into thousands of pounds, Judge Andrew Keyser QC said A.

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