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Synonyms for sequence

serial arrangement in which things follow in logical order or a recurrent pattern

film consisting of a succession of related shots that develop a given subject in a movie

the action of following in order

several repetitions of a melodic phrase in different keys

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arrange in a sequence

determine the order of constituents in

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Our new system for rapid determination of viral RNA sequence (RDV) uses whole-genome amplification and direct sequencing techniques (Figure 1).
Changes, or mutations, in the human prodynorphin regulatory sequence must have enhanced survival over other primate species, the investigators contend, while the geographic differences that they found may have bestowed as yet unknown advantages on specific human populations.
A total of 371 genes have been scanned, and on average, approximately 53% of the genomic sequence for each gene has been examined for variation across the 90 PDR samples.
So, Sequence Stratigraphy of Clastic Systems does provide encyclopaedic, in-depth and unbiased coverage of all current ideas and models in the field, and I commend the author for this effort.
Renowned in the life science community for its accuracy and high quality data in the analysis of genetic variability and DNA sequences, Pyrosequencing is now being developed for the application area of whole genome sequencing," said Erik Wallden, CEO of Pyrosequencing.
However, mtDNA analysis is limited when compared with nuclear DNA analysis in that it cannot distinguish between individuals of the same maternal lineage or individuals who have the same mtDNA sequence by chance.
the charge sequence was modified by adding returns before the pig iron.
Deriving the sequence has not been an act of inspired creativity, like Einstein's development of relativity theory, or even Watson and Crick's discovery of the structure of DNA in 1953.
One of our objectives at Applied Biosystems is to enable our customers to spend less time on sample preparation and the sequence clean-up process and instead enable them to focus on data generation and interpretation.
Reference ompA genotype sequences A-F and the ompA sequence of the C.
A large number of human diseases are mimicked in the tat model, and having the genome sequence lets us easily walk between what we understand in the physiology and biology in the rat, and translate that to a better understanding of human biology, and disease processes," says Susan Old, associate director of the Clinical and Molecular Disease Program in the NHLBI Division of Heart and Vascular Diseases and a project officer for the sequencing initiative.
Gene-IT, a leader in sequence search for research and IP, today announced that the company has hired Oliver Bayliss as Director of European Sales, to assist overseas sales efforts for its flagship GenomeQuest[TM] sequence search software suite.
Fifth, the main sequence cluster of the H3N2 subtype comprises 3 branches: 1) porcine H3N2 and porcine H1N2 sequences from the United States, 2) porcine H3N2 isolates from Hong Kong and human H1N2, and 3) recent human H3N2 and some Japanese H3N2 isolates.
The ISC site also contains a listing of links to other resources categorized under the headings of microbial websites, genome browsers, trace archives, and other genome-related sites including other public databases where DNA sequence data are deposited.
Like all proteins, pectate lyase C consists of a long string of amino acids with its own characteristic sequence.