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[[DNA|DNA]] sequencing involves techniques such as cloning and [[Gel electrophoresis|gel electrophoresis]], to resolve the correct organisation of [[Nucleotides|nucleotides]] within a DNA molecule<ref>Brown,T.A.2006.Gene Cloning &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp; DNA Analysis An Introduction. 6th Ed. Manchester. p301</ref>.&nbsp;<br>
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[[DNA|DNA]] sequencing involves techniques such as cloning and [[Gel electrophoresis|gel electrophoresis]], to resolve the correct organisation of [[Nucleotides|nucleotides]] within a DNA molecule<ref>Brown,T.A.2006.Gene Cloning and  DNA Analysis An Introduction. 6th Ed. Manchester. p301</ref>.  
  
Fred Sanger won the 1980 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his development of the 'Sanger Method' of [[Sanger “dideoxy” method|dideoxy sequenicng<ref>Nature Education. Frederick Sanger: Method Man, Problem Solver. [04.12.2018] available from: https://www.nature.com/scitable/topicpage/frederick-sanger-method-man-problem-solver-6537485</ref>]].&nbsp;
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Fred Sanger won the 1980 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his development of the '[[Sanger Method|Sanger Method]]' of [[Sanger “dideoxy” method|dideoxy sequenicng]]<ref>Nature Education. Frederick Sanger: Method Man, Problem Solver. [04.12.2018] available from: https://www.nature.com/scitable/topicpage/frederick-sanger-method-man-problem-solver-6537485</ref>.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:17, 4 December 2018

DNA sequencing involves techniques such as cloning and gel electrophoresis, to resolve the correct organisation of nucleotides within a DNA molecule[1].

Fred Sanger won the 1980 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his development of the 'Sanger Method' of dideoxy sequenicng[2].

References

  1. Brown,T.A.2006.Gene Cloning and DNA Analysis An Introduction. 6th Ed. Manchester. p301
  2. Nature Education. Frederick Sanger: Method Man, Problem Solver. [04.12.2018] available from: https://www.nature.com/scitable/topicpage/frederick-sanger-method-man-problem-solver-6537485
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