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the ordering of genes in a haploid set of chromosomes of a particular organism

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The availability of the genomic sequence can help to improve the process of producing new crop varieties through biotechnology," he said.
Because mRNA expression and protein abundance data are significantly more complex and noisy than the underlying genomic sequence information, some researchers have proposed combining the expression data from various data sets of different laboratories into broad functional categories such as composition, function, structure, and localization (Greenbaum et al.
Consequently, few newly discovered viruses are now being registered in the arbovirus catalog, although hundreds of genomic sequences of arboviruses, hantaviruses, arenaviruses, and filoviruses are entered annually in GenBank or other sequence databases.
Genomic sequence of a Lyme disease spirochete, Borrelia burgdorferi.
By combining, mature off-the-shelf components and a standards-based architecture that doesn't require customers to restructure data, tools or applications, Netezza delivers a dramatically lower total cost of ownership (TCO) than today's patchwork approach, making the NPS system an affordable solution for tera-scale genomic sequence analysis.
In particular, we remain very far away from being able to afford to use comprehensive genomic sequence information in individual health care.
Patent #5,830,665, titled "Contiguous Genomic Sequence Scanning" (CGSS), discusses a method that may be used in identifying deletions commonly seen in cancers, including those in the telomeric and subtelomeric regions.
Glenn Nedwin, Chief Scientific Officer of Dyadic, explained, "The annotated searchable genomic sequence and associated gene database developed by Dr.
The genomic sequence of the avian viruses from the source farms of the two human isolates was consistent with HPAI, whereas one of the human isolates was consistent with LPAI.
The International Consortium's work took place independently of other groups working on this gene, including one group which earlier this month announced they had obtained the genomic sequence of the PKD1 gene.
The availability of the complete genomic sequence of SARS-CoV has facilitated the development of a variety of diagnostic tests for SARS (1).
His work at Harvard has ranged from technology for the first commercial genomic sequence in 1994 to synthetic biology recently, and other tools essential to advancing the success of our industry.
The complete genomic sequence of Brazil75 is currently being sought to address the question of vaccine reversion.
Because of the availability of a complete genomic sequence and the ease of genetic manipulation (by simply soaking the worm in a solution containing dsRNA or by feeding the worm with bacteria expressing specific dsRNA), large-scale functional analysis of C.
All of the probes are based on genomic sequence and annotated on the genome, making it easier for researchers to correlate expression and alternative splicing data with genetic variations or mutations related to the disease.