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Critique: DNA sequencing is the process of determining the precise order of nucleotides within a DNA molecule.
In 2013, the market size of global DNA sequencing (including equipment and consumables, service and workflow, etc.
Since 1975, DNA sequencing technology has been through four generations, but the fourth-generation technology-Nanopore sequencing is still under development.
8m), to eight research teams over two to four years for the development of high-quality, low-cost DNA sequencing techniques.
DNAnexus a provider of cloud-based data analysis and management platform for DNA sequence data, announced on Friday that it has closed a USD15m Series C funding to accelerate the commercialisation of its platform for DNA sequencing data.
We also discuss the limitations of the Sanger DNA sequencing technique in quality control testing of pDNA and suggest using the more sensitive DNA pyrosequencing technique.
For the past several years, the speed of DNA sequencing and the amount of DNA sequence that can reasonably be mapped in one experiment has gradually and methodically increased.
Six schoolmates were positive for SARS-CoV by RT-PCR, confirmed later by DNA sequencing for repli-case.
While the shotgun strategy is crucial to the new company's plans, Venter points out that the automated DNA sequencing machines just developed by Perkin-Elmer are equally important.
com/research/qvjfxt/global_dna) has announced the addition of the "Global DNA Sequencing Products Market 2012-2016" report to their offering.
The purpose of this Request for Applications (RFA) is to solicit grant applications to develop novel technologies that will enable extremely low-cost genomic DNA sequencing.
Techniques other than DNA sequencing have been used to detect genotypic variation.
The European-led project quickly expanded to include nearly 100 research groups worldwide, among them DNA sequencing centers at Stanford and at Washington University in St.
Techniques such as PCR, DNA microarray, DNA sequencing, mass spectrometry and flow cytometry have driven discoveries that have changed our understanding of the world.
The purpose of this Request for Applications (RFA) is to solicit grant applications to develop novel technologies that will substantially reduce the cost of genomic DNA sequencing.