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  1. Human Genetics and Genomics (HUMAN GENETICS: A PROBLEM-BASED APPROACH (KORF)) by Bruce R., MD, PhD Korf, 2006-12-22
  2. Genomic Imprinting and Kinship (The Rutgers Series in Human Evolution, edited by Robert Trivers, Lee Cronk, Helen Fisher, and Lionel Tiger) by David Haig, 2002-02-20
  3. Politics in the Laboratory: The Constitution of Human Genomics by Ira H. Carmen, 2005-01-03
  4. The History and Geography of Human Genes by Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza, Paolo Menozzi, et all 1994-07-05
  5. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics, Vol. 5 with Online Access (Annual Review of Genomics & Human Genetics) by Eric, Ed. Lander, 2005
  6. Genomics: Applications in Human Biology by Sandy B. Primrose, Richard Twyman, 2004-01-07
  7. Genomic Diversity - Applications in Human Population Genetics
  8. Genomics: The Science and Technology Behind the Human Genome Project by Charles R. Cantor, Cassandra L. Smith, 1999-02-02
  9. Pathogen Genomics: Impact on Human Health (Infectious Disease)
  10. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics: 2003 (Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics)
  11. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics w/ Online Access, Vol 6 (Annual Review of Genomics & Human Genetics) by Aravinda Chakravarti, 2005
  12. Genomics and Human Ecology.(Brief Article): An article from: Human Ecology
  13. Genomic medicine: the human genome project from a healthcare provider's perspective.(Is There a Pink Slip in Your Genes? Genetic Discrimination in Employment ... An article from: Journal of Law and Health
  14. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics 2006 (Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics)

1. Myriad Genetics
A biotechnology company focused on human genomics.
4-Jun-2004 Myriad Genetics Raises $50.2 Million 3-Jun-2004 Myriad Genetics Commences Offering of 3,400,000 Shares of Common Stock 4-May-2004 Myriad Genetics Reports Results for Third Quarter of Fiscal 2004
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2. Genomics|HuGENet Home
This knowledge is crucial to an evidencebased integration of human genomicsinto the practice of medicine and public health in the 21 st century.
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HuGE Funding

Learn about funding opportunities for population-based research projects. HuGE Published Literature database:
Continuously updated database of published epidemiology articles on human genes dating back to October 2000 and featured in the CDC Office of Genomics and Disease Prevention (OGDP) Weekly Update. The database can be searched by gene, disease or interacting factors. The datbase is part of the Genomics and Disease Prevention Information System (GDPInfo) Genotype Prevalence database
An online repository for human genotype prevalence data from HuGE Reviews and selected published studies. The database includes a description of the study population, references to the published report, and genotype frequency data that are stratified by geographic area, and in some instances, race and gender. HuGE Book
Human Genome Epidemiology: A Scientific Foundation for Using Genetic Information to Improve Health and Prevent Disease.
Edited by Muin J. Khoury, Julian Little, and Wylie Burke (2004)

3. DDBJ/CIB Human Genomics Studio
Created on Apr 28, 2000; Last modified on May 29, 2000
Created on Apr 28, 2000; Last modified on May 29, 2000

4. Gene(sis): Contemporary Art Explores Human Genomics
Gene(sis) Contemporary Art Explores human genomics is a major traveling exhibitionthat showcases powerful new artwork created in direct response to recent
Gene(sis): Contemporary Art Explores Human Genomics is a major traveling exhibition that showcases powerful new artwork created in direct response to recent developments in human genomics. This research is having an enormous impact on artistic practice, providing new tools, processes, materials, and issues for consideration. Organized by the Henry Art Gallery, Gene(sis) seeks to bridge art and science by elucidating technical advances for a lay audience and examining ethical issues raised by genomic research. Recognizing the complexity that these new opportunities present, curator Robin Held developed the exhibition during three years of on-going dialogue with geneticists, artists, science historians, medical ethicists, and art historians. In the spirit of fostering dialogue across disciplines, an extensive array of public programming is slated at each tour venue in conjunction with the exhibition. Gene(sis) seeks to encourage public discourse and deeper understanding of genomics and its potential impact on our everyday lives.
Courtesy the artist and Max Protetch Gallery, New York

5. Gene(sis): Contemporary Art Explores Human Genomics

6. IBS - The Programme For Human Genomics
The Institute of Biopharmaceutical Sciences The Programme for human genomics-A BSN - DMMC Collaboration A €44 million HEA PRTLI Funded Programme.

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... Collaborating Institutions B S N Biopharmaceutical Sciences Network New Research Areas Core technologies ... Synergy -IBS and BSN P H G Programme for Human Genomics Dublin Molecular Medicine Centre ... Education Researchers Investigators and Collaborator index Collaborator profiles Highlighted Publications ... Full Publication List What's New News from the IBS Details of Awards Appointments Articles Opportunities Employment with the IBS Lectureships Postdoctoral Positions Mass Spectrometry ... Other Positions General lnformation Further Information related to the IBS The Institute of Biopharmaceutical Sciences -The Programme for Human Genomics- A BSN - DMMC Collaboration IBS Intranet Site (local RCSI only) Click for Best Viewing Options Down the page: The key ambition of the Programme is to establish Dublin as a major centre for human genomics. The landmark completion of the Human Genome Project provides a unique resource for biomedical sciences. There are two major limitations to harnessing the genetic information; one is identifying genes potentially involved in human disease and the second is the availability of patient populations in which to study these genes. The latter is a major problem, because if these populations are not planned now, the huge developments in high-throughput genotyping that will occur in the next 5 years cannot be successfully applied.

7. The Center For Human Genomics At Wake Forest University School Of Medicine
Homepage for the Center for human genomics and Section on MedicalGenetics at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.
document.write("" + day + month); document.write(myweekday + ", " + (2002) + ""); Thank you for visiting The Center for Human Genomics website. For an overview of our the center, read our Directors' welcome . To navigate this website, use the gold tabs located near the top of each page. Please contact us with any questions. Current Highlights Genomics Center is One of Eight ACRN Centers in Country Chosen to Conduct Asthma Studies "One of the studies may look at people with certain genes who have to be careful with asthma medications because certain doses can be harmful." Dr Stephen Peters Official press release (PDF) Sequence variants of toll-like receptor 4 are associated with prostate cancer risk "Our finding supports a role for a bacteria-associated response pathway, possibly acting via inflammation, in the development of prostate cancer." Dr Jianfeng Xu Pubmed abstract of April 2004 article in Cancer Research PDF Reprint of Article on CR site (subscription required)
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8. Celera Genomics: Advanced Technologies, Advanced Therapies
Mapped the human genome and develop new drugs based on their research. Features a range of corporate data, investor information, news, and career opportunities.
Our mission is to discover and develop meaningful new therapies that improve human health. We are applying our diverse genomics, bioinformatics, proteomics, medicinal chemistry and biology technology platforms to identify and validate drug targets, and to discover novel therapeutics. [ Read more Targeted Medicine integrates our understanding of genomics and its impact on disease throughout the discovery, development and commercialization of diagnostics and drugs.
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View the new Celera backgrounder (.pdf file)
June 3, 2004
Celera Diagnostics Identifies Novel Genetic Markers Linked to Increased Risk of Heart Attack
May 17, 2004
Celera Genomics To Webcast Presentation At Banc Of America Health Care Conference
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9. Annual Reviews - Error
Provide systematic, periodic examinations of scholarly advances through critical authoritative reviews. Includes abstracts, subscription required for full text access.
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10. Nature Genome Gateway - Home
and Environmental Epidemiology. J of human Hypertension. J of Perinatology Gateway to mark the publication of the initial sequencing and analysis of the human genome. postgenomics
Nature Journals Nature Nature Reviews home page Nature Reviews Cancer Nature Reviews Drug Discovery Nature Reviews Genetics Nature Reviews Immunology Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology Nature Reviews Neuroscience Nature Biotechnology Nature Cell Biology Nature Genetics Nature Immunology Nature Materials Nature Medicine Nature Neuroscience Nature Structural Biology Gateways Asia Gateway German Gateway Japan Gateway Bioentrepreneur Cancer Update Genome Gateway Drug Materials Update Physics Gateway Signaling Gateway Academic Journals Bone Marrow Transplantation British Dental Journal British Journal of Cancer British Journal of Pharmacology Cancer Gene Therapy EMBO Reports The EMBO Journal European Journal of Clinical Nutrition European Journal of Human Genetics Evidence-Based Dentistry Eye Gene Therapy Genes and Immunity Heredity International Journal of Impotence Research International Journal of Obesity J of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology J of Human Hypertension J of Perinatology Laboratory Investigation Leukemia Microcirculation Modern Pathology Molecular Psychiatry Neuropsychopharmacology Oncogene Prostate Cancer Spinal Cord The Hematology Journal The Pharmacogenomics Journal
welcome to Nature 's genome gateway...

11. Nature Genome Gateway - Human Genome
nature journal of science online, visit us now to find the latest scientific research news and reviews with links to nature genetics, nature reviews and all the nature magazines. the human genome. Sequence and analysis of the human genome. genome maps the direct ancestor of the work of the human genome project
It is with great pleasure that Nature presents this special section of the Genome Gateway to mark the publication of the initial sequencing and analysis of the human genome. We are delighted to uphold the principle at the heart of the Human Genome Project: free and unrestricted access to all our genome related material through these web pages. more... New: The DNA sequence of human chromosomes 9 and 10 the human genome
Sequence and analysis of the human genome genome maps
Road maps to our genetic landscape analysis
Mining the genome for information
Expert analysis of the genome papers nature science update
The Nature News Service celebrates the human genome press releases
Nature 's genome coverage as presented to the world's press editorial
Human genomes, public and private news feature
Are you ready for the revolution? news feature
What a long, strange trip it's been... mapping databases archives interactive education kit STN2 video news ... meet the authors Nature 's publication in 1953 of the structure of DNA by James Watson and Francis Crick spawned biology's molecular revolution and, is in many ways the direct ancestor of the work of the human genome project.

Provides resources for research workers in the fields of genomics, genetics and functional genomics. Funded by the United Kingdom Medical Research Council.
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Mission, Description, Contact details, etc Research at the RFCGR... Functional Genomics, Fugu , Mouse Sequencing, Microarrays etc.
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Reagents, DNA services, RNA services, custom services..
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13. Twisted Ladder Media: Producers Of "The New Genetics™," A Series Of Educational
Interactive courseware about the new genetics and genomics resulting from the human Genome Project. CDROMs for healthcare professionals (CME) and the public.
Introducing the first two multimedia CD-ROMs in an educational courseware series about genetics and genomics... View a sample animatio n from the courseware Reviewed in November 14 issue of JAMA More ... Technical Support is a multimedia CD-ROM for those interested in the impact of genetics and genomics on healthcare and society. is a CD-ROM for physicians who wish to update their knowledge of genetics and genomics. CME credits are available through Stanford University. Features and Demos Ordering Authors E-mail

14. Genomics Collaborative Inc.
Apply the science of human genetics to drug and diagnostic discovery decisions. Maintains a database of DNA, sera, and tissue samples, linked to clinical information from patients worldwide.

15. National Human Genome Research Institute - ELSI Research Program
completion of the human DNA sequence and the study of human genetic variation. Toexamine issues raised by the integration of knowledge about genomics and gene

Genomic Research

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The ELSI Program at NHGRI
The National Human Genome Research Institute's (NHGRI) Ethical, Legal and Social Implications (ELSI) Program was established in 1990 as an integral part of the Human Genome Project (HGP) to foster basic and applied research, and support education and outreach. The ELSI program funds and manages studies related to the ethical, legal and social implications of genetic and genomic research, and supports workshops, research consortia and policy conferences related to these topics. The ELSI program at NHGRI is the largest supporter nationwide of ELSI research.
  • About ELSI - Describes in detail ELSI program goals and origins, how ELSI is administered at NHGRI and priority areas of interest.

16. Welcome To The ORNL Mammalian Genetics & Genomics Program
The generation, mapping, and functional analysis of mouse models for human genetic diseases. Includes research programs, news, and staff profiles. From the Oak Ridge National Laboratory .
HOME PROGRAMS NEWS STAFF Internal Sites Mutant Mouse Database Russell Laboratory for Comparative and Functional Genomics Lab Animal Resources Life Sciences Division ... UT-Battelle LLC External Links Tennessee Mouse Genome Consortium UT Graduate School of Genome Science and Technology
O ak Ridge National Laboratory's Mouse Genetics and Genomics Program, operating at the intersection of genetics and genomics, is building upon its successful past and current strengths in genomics, genetic analysis, mutagenesis, phenotype screening, and germ-cell biology to exploit the mouse fully as a model system for post-genome biology.
Programs Overview Mutagenesis Phenotype Screening Genomics/Transcriptomics ... Cryopreservation Staff Dr. Cymbeline T. Culiat Dr. Brynn H. Jones Dr. Dabney K. Johnson Dr. Stephen J. Kennel ... Dr. Yun You News First Litter Born in SPF facility
First litter of mice born from frozen eight-cell embryos at ORNL's William L. and Liane B. Russell Laboratory for Comparative and Functional Genomics.

Nine mouse pups were born on Saturday, March 13, 2004, at ORNL's William L. and Liane B. Russell Laboratory for Comparative and Functional Genomics. This is the first litter to be re-derived from eight-cell frozen embryos, and marks the beginning of rebuilding a pathogen-free mouse colony in the new Russell Lab.

17. Human Genome Research
and published in Nature (15 February, 2001) simultaneously with a companion publicationof the human sequence generated by Celera genomics Corporation (Science
Human Genome Research
An Introduction The U.S. Human Genome Project (HGP), composed of the DOE and NIH Human Genome Programs, is the national coordinated effort to characterize all human genetic material by determining the complete sequence of the DNA in the human genome. The HGP's ultimate goal has been to discover all the more than 30,000 human genes and render them accessible for further biological study. To facilitate the future interpretation of human gene function, parallel studies have been carried out on selected model organisms. View timeline and history for background information on the project. The HGP will meet an ambitious schedule to complete the full sequence in 2003, two years ahead of previous projections. Technology available shortly after the start of the HGP in 1990 could have been used to attain HGP objectives, but the cost and time required would have been unacceptable. Because of this, a major emphasis of the project's early years was to optimize existing methods and develop new technologies to increase DNA mapping and sequencing efficiency by 10- to 20-fold. The genome was sequenced with technologies and methods that evolved over the past 10 years. In the course of completing the sequence, an interim "working draft" of the human sequence was produced and published in

18. Genome Research
goals for sequencing technology development; for studying human genome sequencevariation; for developing technology for functional genomics; for completing
Genome Research
DOE supports both human and microbial genome research. The Human Genome Program was initiated by DOE in 1986 to map and determine the complete DNA sequence of the human genome. The principal goal of this international program is to determine a representative human DNA sequence of all 3 billion base pairs in the human genome. The U.S. Human Genome Project is jointly managed by DOE and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) In October 1998, Science magazine published the new DOE and NIH plan, New Goals for the U.S. Human Genome Project: 1998-2003 , in which human DNA sequencing is the major emphasis. An ambitious schedule has been set to complete the full sequence by the end of 2003, two years ahead of previous projections. In the course of completing the sequence, a "working draft" of the human sequence will be produced by the end of 2001. The plan also includes goals for sequencing technology development; for studying human genome sequence variation; for developing technology for functional genomics; for completing the sequence of Caenorhabditis elegans and Drosophila melanogaster and starting the mouse genome; for studying the ethical, legal, and social implications of genome research; for bioinformatics and computational studies; and for training of genome scientists.

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Offers RNA isolation, hybridization, data analysis and DNA sequencing, cDNA arrays containing human, mouse or yeast genes for sale to academic and commercial users. Training in microarray methodology available at Philadelphia, PA.

20. Human Genome Sciences
human Genome Sciences, Inc., is a pioneer in genomics for the discovery and developmentof new pharmaceutical products. 2004 human Genome Sciences, Inc.
Press Release - June 3, 2004
Human Genome Sciences Invites Investors to Listen to Webcast of Presentation at Goldman Sachs Conference


Press Release - May 26, 2004
Calendar of Upcoming Scientific and Investor Presentations
Human Genome Sciences, Inc., is a pioneer in genomics for the discovery and development of new pharmaceutical products. Our goal is to become a global biopharmaceutical company that discovers, develops, manufactures and sells our own gene-based protein and antibody drugs. The Company has its headquarters in Rockville, Maryland, and is listed on the NASDAQ National Market System under the ticker symbol HGSI.
Corporate Profile
A brief description of the company.
Management profiles
Investor Information
Information, financial reports, and links to other sites containing investment information regarding Human Genome Sciences.
Analysts covering HGSI 2003 Annual Report
2002 Annual Report

2001 Annual Report
In the News
Recent press releases from Human Genome Sciences and items of interest in the media
A list of peer-reviewed articles with links to abstracts on Medline
Products Under Development
Read about the therapeutic products candidates Human Genome Sciences scientists have discovered and entered into clinical trials.

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