Words nearby DNA sequencing
How to use DNA sequencing in a sentence
Using standard methods, the cost of printing DNA could run upwards of a billion dollars or more, depending on the strand.
Through his company, consumers will be able to cheaply make custom DNA strands, including what Heinz calls “creatures.”
DNA tests were used to confirm Albert's status as father in both cases, following protracted legal battles.Princess Charlene Gives Birth To Twins Gabriella and Jacques|Tom Sykes|December 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The at-home genetics testing company 23andme, established in 2006, helps people learn more about their “DNA relatives.”
The story (and some DNA evidence) goes, the locals are the descendants of a band of Roman soldiers from 36 B.C.
The Dna takes a westerly course towards the Gulf of Riga where it empties near the city of that name.
Another bishop sailed up the Dna with a fleet of twenty-three ships, and in 1200 founded Riga.
This is a pitiful admission for a biochemist to make—DNA should be the cornerstone of his life.Card Trick|Walter Bupp AKA Randall Garrett
The cup and foot are of agate, probably specimens of the classic period; the mounting, which dates from the time of Dna.The Industrial Arts in Spain|Juan F. Riao
Ruoy xis snisuoc emac ereh yadretsey, dna dah hcae a eceip fo ekac.The Letters of Jane Austen|Jane Austen
Scientific definitions for DNA sequencing
Cultural definitions for DNA sequencing
A process by which the sequence of nucleotides along a strand of DNA is determined. Originally a difficult process to carry out, DNA sequencing can now be done routinely by machines. The completion of the Human Genome Project in 2000 produced the largest DNA sequence ever assembled.
To carry out the sequencing of the human genome, scientists cut the DNA up into short fragments, sequenced these fragments simultaneously, and then assembled the entire genome by using sophisticated computer techniques to match the fragments to each other.