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Coding sequence


A DNA sequence or genetic sequence is a succession of letters representing the primary structure of a real or hypothetical DNA molecule or strand, with the capacity to carry information as described by the central dogma of molecular biology.
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... sequence periodicity is what we will call here a sequence coding ... The table can be used to estimate the likelihood of a sequence coding for a protein. ...
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The CCDS database identifies a core set of human protein coding regions that are consistently annotated by multiple public resources and pass quality tests.
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... to define a gene at the level of the DNA sequence in terms of coding. ... superimposed onto and added to the coding sequence in cis - we call it the genon. ...
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A coding DNA reference sequence should cover the largest transcript known and ... Clicking the "CDS" annotation (CoDing Sequence) opens a window where the ...
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coding DNA sequence incomplete (use EST or genomic ?) frequency / "wild ... the coding DNA reference sequence should be complete and preferably derived from ...
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The CP-coding sequence within this region contains a 105-nucleotide cis-active ... sequence, a base-paired structure between two segments of the CP-coding cis ...
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... DNA lying outside of the protein-coding sequence. ... CONSTRAINED NON-CODING SEQUENCE. ADAPTIVE EVOLUTION WITHIN NON... INDELS AND HETEROGENEOUS...
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Coding region Coding region , depending on context, can refer to an organism or a gene The coding region ... coding DNA that interrupts the coding sequence of ...
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junk DNA n. DNA that does not code for proteins or their regulation but ... For example, the coding sequence of a human protein-coding gene is typically ...
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PLoS ONE: an inclusive, peer-reviewed, open-access resource from the PUBLIC ... By cataloging the coding sequence variations using these databases, we found ...
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For number 10, you will notice that only that only the coding sequence appears. ... What about when that occurs within a coding sequence? ...
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... have to be close to the coding sequence on the linear molecule or even ... Nucleotide sequence of the gene coding for the bacteriophage MS2 coat protein" ...
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What is coding sequence? Meaning of coding sequence medical term. What does coding sequence... The complete coding sequence of AHFV-JE7 was determined by ...
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PLoS Genetics is an open-access ... Coding sequence evolution was once thought to be the result of selection on ... Protein-coding sequence is no exception. ...
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... ¿The Comprehensive Extraction of Biological Information from Genomic Sequence. ... these, the complete (full-length) coding sequence and all variants, as well as ...
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... where in your coding regions are in your reference sequence, you need to add ... that "codonStart" tags are within the first 3 bases of the first coding sequence ...
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... correction coding, a digital information source sends a data sequence to an encoder. ... Doing so provides diversity to the coded sequence being transmitted. ...
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BRIEF ARTICLE DESCRIPTION ... The HaloTag® 7 coding sequence is available in the Flexi® Vectors for expression ... the HaloTag® coding sequence and the ...
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Models of coding sequence evolution. Wayne Delport, Konrad Scheffler and Cathal Seoighe ... Phylogenetic Models of Coding Sequence Evolution with Dependence ...
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