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DNA sequencing refers to the general laboratory technique for determining the exact sequence of nucleotides, or bases, in a DNA molecule. The sequence of the bases (often referred to by the first letters of their chemical names: A, T, C, and G) encodes the biological information that cells use to develop and operate
Next-generation sequencing (NGS) is a massively parallel sequencing technology that offers ultra-high throughput, scalability, and speed. The technology is used to determine the order of nucleotides in entire genomes or targeted regions of DNA or RNA.
Oligo synthesis has the characteristics of stable, efficient and rapid synthesis, usually in the form of primers or probes, widely used in PCR amplification, DNA sequencing, molecular diagnosis and many other fields
While synthetic DNA has been primarily used to simulate reactions in the human body, its uses have been expanded to include a variety of other purposes. These include the development of vaccines, the expansion of gene therapy techniques, and practices related to human growth.
Molecular biology is the branch of biology that studies the molecular basis of biological activity. Living things are made of chemicals just as non-living things are, so a molecular biologist studies how molecules interact with one another in living organisms to perform the functions of life
Peptide synthesis is the process of making short sequences of polypeptides by adding one amino acid at a time. This process is useful for creating specific sequences that represent epitopes of certain protein domains that may or may not be modified by moieties, such as phosphate groups.