Unesco and the human genome
Tags: GENE mapping
- Genetic Decoding: $1, 500 - Are There Any Talkers? // Grand Rapids Business Journal;9/30/2002, Vol. 20 Issue 39, p32
Reports on the available genetic decoding service in the United States. Cost of the service; Benefits from genetic decoding.
- Mapping of human genes requires safeguards. Cowen, Robert C. // Christian Science Monitor;1/9/96, Vol. 88 Issue 30, p12
Presents information on gene maps and DNA. Effect of gene maps on scientists; Perception of DNA mapper, Thomas J. Hudson, of the Whitehead-Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Genome Research, on gene mapping; Purpose of bill introduced by Senator Mark Hatfield, Representative of...
- Europe needs gene patent laws. Dorozynski, Alexander // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);4/6/96, Vol. 312 Issue 7035, p868
Argues that inadequate patent laws may impede Europe's ability to exploit the mapping and sequencing of the human genome for medical and pharmaceutical purposes. Need for patent laws on genetic research; Issues in genetic research; Distinction between routine gene sequencing and genetics that...
- Biologist's toolbox: Software. // BioScience;Apr93, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p260
Evaluates Millipore's Bio Image Short Tandem Repeat Polymorphism software that calculates the sizes of short, repeated DNA sequences used in genetic mapping. Compatible software; Contact point.
- 'Chapter 1' of gene code spelled out. Cowen, Robert C. // Christian Science Monitor;12/2/99, Vol. 92 Issue 6, p1
Informs that scientists have mapped the first of 46 chromosome in human deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and its potential impact for understanding human genetics.
- Automation system quickens gene mapping. Lewis, John // Design News;7/8/96, Vol. 52 Issue 13, p45
Reports on the Genomatron gene mapping system. Pinpointing of landmarks along human genetic material; Use of factory-automation techniques.
- A nonparametric approach for mapping quantitative trait loci. Kruglyak, Leonid; Lander, Eric S. // Genetics;Mar95, Vol. 133 Issue 3, p1421
Presents a nonparametric approach to quantitative trait loci (QTL) mapping applicable to any phenotypic distribution. Notation; Definition of nonparametric statistic for QTL mapping; Appropriate threshold for genome-wide search; Application of nonparametric QTL interval mapping.
- A GPS in your DNA. Rustad, Harley // Geographical (Geographical Magazine Ltd.);Oct2012, Vol. 84 Issue 10, p13
The article offers information on a new technique developed by the scientists from the Tel Aviv University, Israel and the University of California, California of genetic mapping for tracing the geographical history of people.
- Laptop detective names John Doe. Kiernan, Vincent // New Scientist;12/7/96, Vol. 152 Issue 2059, p26
Reports on the device developed by Allen Northrup and his colleagues at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, California designed to analyze genetic material. Features of the device; Functions of the device; Funding of the development of the device.