Where does the genome project go from here?

Brown, Phyllida; Concar, David
August 1991
New Scientist;8/17/91, Vol. 131 Issue 1782, p13
Ponders whether society can cope with the findings from the genome project. Upcoming meeting in London to discuss scientific progress in mapping the human genome; Abundance of material; Central database; Possibility of separate meetings devoted to each chromosome in the future; Social and ethical issues; The Human Genome Organisation (HUGO); The Genome Database at Johns Hopkins; More. INSET: Strategies shift to targeting genes..


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