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DNA (genetic) sequencing

Determining the order of bases in a DNA molecule.

Articles using this Glossary Item

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USA orders DNA tests to reunite separated migrant families 9 July 2018 News
Baby born to surrogate four years after parents' death 16 April 2018 News
Book Review: Making Sense of Genes 26 March 2018 Review
Human genome's 'black holes' mapped 26 March 2018 News
Non-gene mutations found for rare developmental disorders 26 March 2018 News
CRISPR pioneer's lab develops system to target infections and cancer 19 February 2018 News
Huntington's protein is 'super assassin' for cancer cells 19 February 2018 News
Sequencing company proposes trading genetic information for cryptocurrency 12 February 2018 News
Human trophoblast stem cells cultured for first time 29 January 2018 News
Mutation that stops people feeling pain found in Italian family 18 December 2017 News
Real-time film shows CRISPR in action 20 November 2017 News
RNA editing tools could create new disease therapies 30 October 2017 News
Book Review: How to Code a Human 18 September 2017 Review
Craig Venter says genome sequencing can predict faces 11 September 2017 News
75 percent of human genome is junk DNA 24 July 2017 News
South Asian social systems give insight into genetics 24 July 2017 News
CRISPR used to record a film in bacteria 17 July 2017 News
How new 'molecular scissors' may give crisper CRISPR 10 July 2017 News
Large study finds first genes linked to Tourette's syndrome 26 June 2017 News
DNA blood test could lead to early cancer detection 12 June 2017 News
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Events using this Glossary Item

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Testing, Testing 1, 2, 3: PGS and PGD
13 September 2016 6pm (registration), 6.30pm-8.30pm (discussion) Institute of Child Health, University College London, 30 Guilford Street, London WC1N 1EH
The Progress Educational Trust's FREE-to-attend event about testing and screening human embryos is taking place TOMORROW EVENING - book NOW. The event will be chaired by Dr Sue Avery, with speakers including Dr Tony Gordon, Dr Christine Patch, James Lawford Davies and Professor Michael Parker...