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The fluorescent dye is not an environmentally hazardous chemical and has no special handling or disposal requirements. Instead of using X-ray film to read the sequence, a laser is used to stimulate the fluorescent dye. The fluorescent emissions are collected on a charge coupled device that is able to determine he wavelength.
Varying degrees of automation are also available.
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Automated DNA sequencing and analysis of the human genome.
Sequencher even supports Regular Expression matching for setting up the unique IDs! For example, with the click of a button you can convert 90 files, 45 pairs of forward and reverse sequences, into 45 contigs named according to your Patient IDs.
A change in your sequence assembly parameters regroups your fragments, so you can assemble the contigs according to Clone ID, Date, Primer, or any other characteristic you record in your sequence names. Assemble by Name is particularly helpful if you do a lot of sequencing and if you have numerous samples that are done with a standard set of sequencing primers.
Some other applications of Assemble by Name can include:.