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by Thomas F. Lee
Author: Thomas F. Lee
Publisher: Springer; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1991 edition (January 1, 1991)
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What the Human Genome Project has done is to transform the science of genetics, and give us another big, possibly bigger idea – to change society, not to change biology. Life expectancy has been going up 6 hours a day every day since 1900, and all that is due to changes in the environment, none of that is due to changes in genes. For many biologists, genetics has become the Holy Grail.
This is a study of genetic mapping. Discover an Incredible Life in an Ordinary World. The first six chapters address "molecular biology in a historical framework. Mapping and various kinds ofmaps (genetic, physical, sequence) are discussed. Genetic disease), diagnosis, and therapy, constitute Chapter 8. Chapter 9 outlines the evolution of the sequencing plan as it grew out of a series of conferences.
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As Thomas Lee, a biologist and author of the acclaimed The Human Genome Project: Cracking the Genetic Code of Life, so vividly shows, the new biology is already beginning to make its mark on our lives. Every week newspapers announce that scientists have found the gene for a disease such as cystic fibrosis or a particular form of cancer, or have seized on a gene therapy to try to combat it. The controversy over using DNA fingerprinting as admissible evidence in court has sparked public concern. The injecting of experimental genes into humans and animals has triggered recent debates.