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         Human Genome Project:     more books (100)
  1. 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
  2. After the Human Genome Project: a Peek at Future Biomedical Science and Technology by Charles R. Cantor, 1997
  3. First fruits: genetic screening. (Genetic Grammar: 'Health,' 'Illness,' and the Human Genome Project): An article from: The Hastings Center Report by Kathleen Nolan, 1992-07-01
  4. Draft of Human Genome Online Next Spring.(Human Genome Project information may be accessed at An article from: Family Practice News by Barbara Baker, 1999-12-01
  5. Understanding Human Genome Project by Michsel sPslsdino, 2002
  6. Human Genome Project: Hearing Before the Committee on Science, U.S. House of Representatives
  7. Run from the Genome. (Biodevastation).(ethical issues surrounding human genome project)(Brief Article): An article from: Synthesis/Regeneration by David I. Sheidlower, 2002-01-01
  8. The Human Genome Project and advances in anthropological genetics.(Editorial)(Editorial): An article from: Human Biology by Sarah Williams-Blangero, 2004-12-01
  9. Genetic secrets: social issues of medical screening in a genetic age. (Genetic Grammar: 'Health,' 'Illness,' and the Human Genome Project): An article from: The Hastings Center Report by Elaine Draper, 1992-07-01
  10. Exons, Introns and Talking Genes: Science Behind the Human Genome Project by Christopher Wills, 1992
  11. Understanding The Human Genome Project 2nd EDITION by Janr Baran, 2005
  12. The Human Genome Project and Minority Communities: Ethical, Social, and Political Dilemmas --2000 publication. by various, 2000-01-01
  13. Whither the ELSI program? (program to oversee the ethical, legal, and social implications of the Human Genome Project): An article from: The Hastings Center Report by Leslie Roberts, 1993-11-01
  14. Now that the Human Genome Project is essentially complete, should governmental and private agencies commit themselves to the Human Proteome Project, which ... Gale's <i>Science in Dispute, Volume 3</i> by LOIS N. MAGNER, CHERYL PELLERIN, et all 2003

121. The DNA Files - HUMAN GENOME PROJECT - Program Summary
Learn about the Human Genome Project and its impact on DNA research and our global society. THE Human Genome Project Mapping the Future.
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Aired Beginning : November 1998 The Human Genome Project is a result - at least indirectly - of the atomic bomb, and the project's implications for our global society may be similarly significant. The HGP grew out of the Department of Energy's research of genetic mutations caused by the development and use of nuclear weapons. In the mid 1980s a researcher at the DOE realized that it would be enormously useful to be able to compare the genome of a child with that of its parents - DNA base pair by DNA base pair - to uncover the mutations caused by radiation. Meetings were organized to discuss the technological hurdles and to introduce the idea to scientists from various disciplines. There was some initial struggle. Many scientists worried that this study would suck money away from other research, and one complained, "Even if I had the sequence, I wouldn't know what to do with it." But the project gathered impetus in 1988 when the National Institutes of Health became involved. The biomedical implications of knowing the human genome were clear to most geneticists and biochemical researchers. By 1990 the U.S. Congress officially sanctioned the Human Genome Project, with research and oversight to be handled jointly by the DOE and NIH. Today most, if not all, scientists agree on the usefulness of this international 15-year effort to map and sequence the 60,000 to 80,000 genes in the human genome.

122. Wired News: Human Genome: Because They Could
Scientists with the internationally funded Human Genome Project, as well as researchers from Celera, a forprofit genomics company, agreed to end their rivalry,1282,37206,00.html
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123. Human Genome Project And Biology Resources
GDB Home (Please read the GDB Termination Announcement), Human Genome Project Resources. The Genome Database (GDB). The Human Genome Organisation (HUGO).
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Human Genome Center Director Informatics Contact Baylor College of Medicine Human Genome Center Richard Gibbs Andy Arenson Columbia University Genome Center ... Perry Miller
Human Chromosome-Specific WWW Servers
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Chromosome 7 (Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto)
Chromosome 7 (The National Human Genome Research Institute)
Chromosome 8 (University of Texas, San Antonio)
Chromosome 9 (London)
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Chromosome 10 (Genome Therapeutics Corp.)

124. Zimmern 319 (7220): 1282
The Human Genome Project. The Human Genome Project a false dawn? The promise of the Human Genome Project to transform biology and medicine is alluring.

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BMJ 1999;319:1282 [full] ( 13 November )
The Human Genome Project
The human genome project: a false dawn?
R L Zimmern director Public Health Genetics Unit, Strangeways Research Laboratory, Cambridge CB1 4RN
With aching hands and bleeding feet
We dig and heap, lay stones on stone;
We bear the burden and the heat
Of the long day, and wish t'were done. Not till the hours of light return, All we have built we do discern. Matthew Arnold
The promise of the human genome project to transform biology and medicine is alluring. To document the sequence of bases, three billion in total, that make up the building blocks of human DNA is a formidable task requiring not only the knowledge and skills of the biochemist, geneticist, and molecular biologist

125. Human Genome Project --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Human Genome Project Encyclopædia Britannica Article. To cite this page MLA style Human Genome Project. Encyclopædia Britannica. 2004.

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127. Go Back To The Home Page
Ongoing Project to organize molecular biology-related search and analysis services available online by function, providing a single point-of-entry for related searches - from Baylor College of Medicine.

A list of features for meckelgruber syndrome, also known as dysencephalia splanchocystica.

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A list of features for AblepharonMacrostomia Syndrome.

131. The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
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3rd Jun 2004 More Ensembl version 22 released We are pleased to announce the release of Ensembl v22. This release contains the first release of MultiContigView, a new ... 3rd Jun 2004 More DECIPHER Database Released The DECIPHER database of submicroscopic chromosomal imbalance collects clinical information about ... 28th May 2004 More Richard Durbin, Elected to the Royal Society Dr Richard Durbin, Deputy Director of The Sanger Institute, is elected Fellow of the UK's most prestigious scientific organization, the Royal Society. ... 28th May 2004 More Following the Diabetes Pathways Today in Science Inês Barroso from the Sanger Institute and colleagues describe a "Critical Protein in the Response to Insulin". ... Finished Sequence: 2,257,420,422 bases (04-Jun-2004, 04:49 AM) Detailed Statistics
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132. PGGP Home
Organism most strongly associated with Human periodontal disease. Comprehensive resource with information on pathogenesis, genetic tools, cloned genes, photographs, and related links.
This project is collaborated between The Forsyth Institute (TFI) and The Institute for Genomic Research (TIGR) , and is funded by National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) Porphyromonas gingivalis the Pathogen Photo gallery of ... Project status Porphyromonas gingivalis Related Databases Oral Pathogen Sequence Database at Los Alamos National Laboratory (Preliminary annotation released on 6-25-2001) TIGR Comprehensive Microbial Resource ( P. gingivalis (Preliminary annotation released on 6-12-2001) BLAST-search P. gingivalis genome ( TIGR server NCBI server Forsyth Server P. gingivalis ... sequences in Genbank (search Oral Genbank Database at Forsyth) Related Links This page is created and maintained by Drs. Margaret Duncan Floyd Dewhirst , and Tsute Chen , Department of Molecular Genetics, The Forsyth Institute Last modified on 02/20/2002

133. Glossaries: Human Genetics/Genome Project
Genome Project Glossary, Molecular Genetics Primer, Department of Energy; Spanish) (illustrations /oral descriptions), National Human Genome Research Institute
Glossaries of Genome / Human Genetics Terms
Glossaries and terms for specific conditions

134. Microarray Home Pages
Human Genome Mapping Project Resource Centre, Medical Research Council, UK

135. CGAP
Determine the gene expression profiles of normal, precancer, and cancer cells. Includes Human and mouse Genome data, information on methods and resources for reagents, and informatics tools.
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CGAP's Goals The goal of the NCI's Cancer Genome Anatomy Project is to determine the gene expression profiles of normal, precancer, and cancer cells, leading eventually to improved detection, diagnosis, and treatment for the patient. By collaborating with scientists worldwide, such as the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research and Lund University , CGAP seeks to increase its scientific expertise and expand its databases for the benefit of all cancer researchers. The CGAP Web Site Interconnected modules provide access to all CGAP data, bioinformatic analysis tools, and biological resources allowing the user to find "in silico" answers to biological questions in a fraction of the time it once took in the laboratory. Genes
Gene information, clone resources, SNP500Cancer, GAI, and transcriptome analysis Chromosomes
FISH-mapped BAC clones, SNP500Cancer, and the Mitelman database of chromosome aberrations

136. The Bioinformatics Resource
Organizing biennial Genes, Proteins and Computers Conference and regular scientific meetings, and providing an online research newsletter and other resources for the Bioinformatics Community - by MRC Human Genome Mapping Project Resource Centre.
What is TBR? TBR is the website of the CCP11project (Collaborative Computational Project 11). CCP11 was established to foster bioinformatics in the UK research community. Its purpose is to facilitate the transfer of knowledge and expertise through conferences, workshops, a newsletter and the use of the world wide web... read more
GPCVIII Conference We are pleased to announce that the conference "Genes, Proteins and Computers VIII" will be held in Glasgow in 2004. For the first time this conference will be held in conjunction with "Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology (ISMB)" and the "European Conference on Computational Biology (ECCB)". read more
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138. HGMP-RC Bioinformatics
Provides registered users access to a comprehensive range of programs and databases to aid genomic and proteomic research, including training and help desk from the MRC Human Genome Mapping Project (UK). Registration necessary.
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139. TechTeaM
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140. Genome Projects - The Institute For Genomic Research
engaged in a largescale BAC end sequencing Project for Human, Rat and Mouse BAC ends. Analysis of genetic variability, gene content, and genomic potential in
Genome Projects TIGR's Genome Projects are a collection of curated databases containing DNA and protein sequence, gene expression, cellular role, protein family, and taxonomic data for microbes, plants and humans. Anonymous FTP access to sequence data is also provided. Please read the regarding use of data. The TIGR clone distribution policy is available for viewing. Comprehensive Microbial Resource (CMR) Containing analysis on world-wide completed microbial genome sequencing , including all TIGR's published organisms.
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Provides links to world-wide genome sequencing projects underway , including all TIGR's in-progress microbial sequencing projects. Run a BLAST search on our unfinished genomes, or subscribe to get the unfinished genomic data in flatfile format.
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Integrating data from international EST sequencing and gene research projects, the Gene Indices are an analysis of the transcribed sequences represented in the world's public EST data.
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TIGR is engaged in a large-scale BAC end sequencing project for Human, Rat and Mouse BAC ends.

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