Genes Out of the Bottle

February 2000
New Republic;02/28/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 9, p9
Emphasizes the need for the U.S. federal government to create a proper regulatory environment for genetic engineering. Move of businesses, the medical community and the market to get a share of the human genome; Status of genetic engineering research in the country as of 2000; Information on genetic engineering experiments on human.


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