Exons, Introns, and Talking Genes: The Science Behind the Human Genome Project

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Oxford University Press, 1992 - Exons (Genetics) - 368 pages

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EXONS, INTRONS, AND TALKING GENES: The Science Behind the Human Genome Project

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Wills (Biology/Univ. of Cal. at San Diego) serves up a full platter in this insider's view of biology's ``Big Science'' project. While the subtitle suggests that his aim is to educate the reader about ... Read full review

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On one hand, it is laudable that such a socially significant scientific undertaking as the human genome project has received intensive reporting in popular media. On the other, with this, the fifth ... Read full review

Contents

How Brave a New World?
1
Cancer
15
DNA
26
Copyright

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