How does DNA sequencing work?


How does DNA sequencing work?

Importance of DNA:

DNA is a double helix made of two complementary chains of nucleotides. DNA is important because it holds all of the genetic material for the cell, which contains the instructions for cell structures and functions.

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DNA sequencing works by terminating the DNA sequence during PCR and separating the resulting fragments through gel electrophoresis. During DNA...

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The Sanger Method of DNA Sequencing


Chapter 54 / Lesson 13

Learn how to determine DNA sequence by Sanger sequencing. Study the sequencing steps, and identify the differences between manual and automated sequencing steps.

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