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Advanced informatics has always been a cornerstone of our genomic research beginning in the earliest days with the development of expressed sequence tags and sequencing the Haemophilus influenzae genome.
To produce the draft map, the WCMC-Q researchers used a next generation sequencing approach, which Malek says offers data quality between that of the expressed sequence tag (EST) method and the traditional whole-genome mapping method.
Expressed sequence tags (ESTs); generation and analysis.
In addition, ArborGen and one of its investors, New Zealand-based Rubicon, have licensed their pine and eucalyptus Expressed Sequence Tags (EST) DNA databases to further the Scion discovery program and commercial relationship between the two entities.
Analysis of expressed sequence tags indicates 35,000 human genes.
They identified DNA sequences known as expressed sequence tags (ESTs), which derive from active genes in tissue.
This work was based on a concept using expressed sequence tags that he developed while working at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.
The curated public data included in the database contain information on protein and nucleic acid sequences, expressed sequence tags, clones, publications and patents.