Technique(s) by which the sequence of DNA is obtained. The principles are similar for [tag:rna-sequencing].

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Simplest Biological Organism? [duplicate]

What is the simplest biological organism from which a DNA sample has been or could be obtained? Could the resulting DNA be processed and examined in such a way that the resulting information would ...
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How can I find a complete human genome file

I'm trying to figure out how I can download a file that represents the complete human DNA sequence. I don't care too much about the format – I'm able to write C++ code to parse it. FASTA seems like a ...
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What is the meaning of this poor sequencing result?

What is the meaning of this poor sequencing result? What is the problem? Can anyone guide me, please. Thank you.
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Transcription rate expressed in microarray per hour

This article gives measurement of transcription rate and the unit they're using is microarray per hour. For example, at 27°C the average expression of their genes is 236.1 microarray per hour (page ...
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where to find the relative frequency distribution of synonymous codons

Most amino acids can be encoded by more than one codon. For example, Serine can be encoded by any one of ...
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What good is the MinION?

This year, Oxford Nanopore MinION has been shipped to some researchers for testing. The advantage of a table-top sequencer for diagnostics and personalized medicine is obvious. Similarly, research ...
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What is the difference between second and third generation sequencing

I am writing the section about history of DNA sequencing in the introduction chapter and after reading quite a few research papers, I am still confused about them. Here I compile some questions to ...