The sequencing method developed by Fred Sanger forms the basis of automated "cycle" sequencing reactions today. Fluorescent dyes are added to the reactions, and a laser within an automated DNA sequencing machine is used to analyze the DNA fragments produced.
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Two sequencing techniques were developed independently in the 1970s. The method developed by Fred Sanger used chemically altered "dideoxy" bases to terminate newly synthesized DNA fragments at specific bases (either A, C, T, or G). These fragments are th
The DNA sequencing method developed by Fred Sanger forms the basis of automated "cycle" sequencing reactions today.
A gene is a discrete sequence of DNA nucleotides
Fred Sanger outlines DNA sequencing.
Fred Sanger in his lab, late 1950's. He is looking at sequencing results.
Leroy Hood talks about DNA sequencing.
Frederick Sanger received two Nobel prizes (in the same category), for his work on protein sequencing and DNA sequencing.
Early sequencers used four different reactions to determine the placement of each of DNA's four bases - known as A, C, T & G - in the sequence.
Frederick Sanger talks about the results from sequencing human mitochondrial DNA.
DNA sequencing interactive game. Reconstruct a piece of DNA using the fragments above. We've given you the first piece. You do the rest...