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Modern technology means hundreds of millions of DNA strands can be processed at the same time.
Modern sequencing techniques can go through hundreds of millions of DNA strands at the same time, and the sequencing machines themselves need to hookup to computers.
The "dideoxy" name refers to the fact that these molecules lack the 3' hydroxyl required to allow for continued DNA strand growth; they're what's referred to as a chain terminator, because once incorporated, the polymerase can proceed no further and the newly produced DNA strand is thus exactly as long as from the beginning of its primer, to the chain terminator ddNTP.
Several previous studies also reported that the 50% or higher level of DNA strand breaks in cells of aquatic animals including mussels were linked to the different chemicals exposed in laboratory or in polluted environment (Frenzilli et al.
DNA strand break can be detected using single cell gel electrophoresis or otherwise named comet assay.
One random number was generated by MATLAB software that shows the start index of the DNA strand.
Researchers will separate and sequence single chromosomal DNA strands, and then using novel technique to make a number of copies of genomes, they will develop DNA sequence libraries for DNA sequencing of single cells.
In a paper recently published in Nature Chemistry, the team made molecules that consist of four hydrophobic alkyl chains connected by phosphate groups to a DNA strand.
UK-based intellectual property (IP) commercialisation company IP Group plc (LSE:IPO) said today that its portfolio company Oxford Nanopore Technologies Ltd intends to commercialise DNA strand sequencing products directly to customers before the end of the year.
The input data for DNA computing must be encoded into DNA strand.
In essence, it produces a "map" of a DNA strand by determining the order of the nucleotides in the strand.
Since unscheduled DNA synthesis reflects the entire repair process (incision, excision, synthesis), exclusive of ligation, the effect of morphine on the induction of DNA strand breaks was then measured to determine if incision was affected.
DNA strand breaks increased by an average of 57% by the end of the period, indicating that six weeks of reduced zinc intake significantly increases DNA damage in peripheral blood cells.
Among his topics are breaking a DNA strand and holding on to the broken ends, real-time viewing of the DNA topiosomerases in action, manifestations of DNA entanglement in gene expression, and from nature's battlefields to the clinical wards.
First, a thiolated DNA strand (5' HS-TTT TTT ATT CGG TCA GCT 3') was immobilized on the surface of the AuNR.