contig

DNA sequence assembled from overlapping shorter sequences to form one large contigous sequence.

Contig

Contig: Contiguous sequence of DNA created by assembling overlapping sequenced fragments of a chromosome. A group of clones representing overlapping regions of the genome. A contig is a chromosome map showing the locations of those regions of a chromosome where contiguous DNA segments overlap. Contig maps are important because they provide the abil...
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contig

Group of clones representing overlapping regions of the genome. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Contig

[defragmentation utility] Contig is a command line defragmentation utility for Windows currently owned by Microsoft subsidiary SysInternals. == Operation == Contig is designed to defragment individual files, or specified groups of files, and does not attempt to move files to the beginning of the partition. Unlike the Windows built-in defrag...
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contig

A chromosome map showing the locations of those regions of a chromosome where contiguous DNA segments overlap. Contig maps are important because they provide the ability to study a complete, and often large segment of the genome by examining a series of overlapping clones which then provide an unbro...
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contig

Type: Term Pronunciation: kon-tig′ See: contig map
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Contig

A contig (from contiguous) is a set of overlapping DNA segments that together represent a consensus region of DNA. In bottom-up sequencing projects, a contig refers to overlapping sequence data (reads); in top-down sequencing projects, contig refers to the overlapping clones that form a physical map of the genome that is used to guide sequencing a...
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Contig

Group of cloned (copied) pieces of dna representing overlapping regions of a particular chromosome.
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