Q:H. influenzae DNA sequencing
LDF02526 at niftyse
LDF02526 at NIFTYSERVE.OR.JP
Thu Jun 8 04:27:20 EST 1995
About 10 days ago, when I read a Japanese general newspaper, I found an
interesting article in it. It was a report from the New York Times of May 26.
It reported: The entire DNA sequence was determined in Haemophlus influenzae,
it was the first from bacteria, and sequencing of1,830,121 bp was done with
work of one year by two people. Is a paper already been publishing? Is the
sequence available on databases? Did they use automatic reaction and sequencer
Is such a speed ordinary?
If someone out there has information about this, please post here or e-mail me
Thank you in advance.
Yutaka Sato DDS Ph.D
Dept. of Biochem.
Tokyo Dental College
2-2, Masago 1, Mihama Ku
Chiba City, 261 Japan
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