Sequencing DNA sequencing
DNA sequencing. What is it and for what?
This is the definition of their nucleotide sequence (from Latin sequentum - sequence). As a result of sequencing, a formal description of the primary structure of a linear macromolecule is obtained in the form of a sequence of monomers in text form. The sizes of the DNA segments to be sequenced usually do not exceed 100 base pairs (next-generation sequencing) and 1000 base pairs for Sanger sequencing. As a result of sequencing overlapping DNA sections, sequences of gene sections, whole genes, total mRNA or complete genomes of organisms are obtained
It is a process where you get description of DNA in the form of Adenine, Guanine, Cytosine, Thymine.