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Chapter 2: Collecting and Storing Sequences in the Laboratory

This chapter summarizes methods used to collect sequences of DNA molecules and store them in computer files. Procedures ranging from the actual sequencing, through determination of accuracy, choice of sequence format, conversions from one format to another, storage in databases, and accessing sequences in databases are described.


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