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Publication NumberUS 8116988Filing StatusIssued PatentAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2007-05-21Publication Date2012-02-14
The present invention relates to a method for indexing nucleic acid sequences to aid computer based searching of nucleic acid sequences by indexing a nucleotide sequence by the presence of unique Kmers in the sequence. The method of the present invention comprises utilizing an algorithm to automatically index a nucleic acid sequence.
Research Grant
Project Number5R44RR021787-03Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2010-04-01Expiration Date2012-03-31Funding Amount$382,134
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): DNA cloning, also known as gene splicing or recombinant DNA technology, underlies all of modern biomedical and biotechnology research. Yet DNA cloning frequently goes awry because this process involves a large number of variables, has many subtleties, and is hard to document with existing tools. DNA cloning is linked to a variety of other procedures, and researchers struggle to manage and integrate the resulting information. This situation impedes progress…
Research Grant
Project Number2R44RR021787-02Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2009-04-01Expiration Date2010-03-31Funding Amount$367,866
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): DNA cloning, also known as gene splicing or recombinant DNA technology, underlies all of modern biomedical and biotechnology research. Yet DNA cloning frequently goes awry because this process involves a large number of variables, has many subtleties, and is hard to document with existing tools. DNA cloning is linked to a variety of other procedures, and researchers struggle to manage and integrate the resulting information. This situation impedes progress…
Research Grant
Project Number1R43RR021787-01A1Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2006-06-26Expiration Date2007-12-25Funding Amount$100,000
[unreadable] DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): DNA cloning, also known as gene splicing or recombinant DNA technology, is crucial for all aspects of biomedical and biotechnology research. For example, DNA cloning has been of central importance for sequencing the human genome, generating safer vaccines, identifying genes involved in cancer and many other diseases, and producing therapeutic drugs such as insulin, growth hormones, blood clotting factors, and novel antibiotics. Tens of thousan…
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