The DNA sequencing process makes it possible for researchers to discover the amino-acid
May 28, 2010
The DNA sequencing process makes it possible for researchers to discover the amino acid sequence in a substance. Shown here is Step 3 in the process: After the target material has been placed in the thermal cycler and the base chemicals tagged (see Step 2), a gel plate is prepared for the DNA Sequencer. In this picture, lab employee Sherry Dawson and Ph.D. student Sherry Poff perform the task.
Topics: Molecular biology, DNA sequencing, Biology, Peptide sequence, Thermal cycler, Amino acid, Sequencing, DNA, Genetics