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Molecular and Genetic Medicine

ISSN: 1747-0862

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DNA Sequencing Peer-review Journals

DNA sequencing is the way toward deciding the grouping of nucleotide bases (As, Ts, Cs, and Gs) in a bit of DNA. Today, with the correct hardware and materials, sequencing a short bit of DNA is generally direct. Sequencing a whole genome (the entirety of a life form's DNA) stays a perplexing undertaking. It requires breaking the DNA of the genome into numerous littler pieces, sequencing the pieces, and amassing the successions into a solitary long "agreement." However, on account of new strategies that have been created in the course of recent decades, genome sequencing is currently a lot quicker and more affordable than it was during the Human Genome Project.

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