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eBook Gene Dreams download

by Robert Teitelman

eBook Gene Dreams download ISBN: 0465026591
Author: Robert Teitelman
Publisher: Basic Books (October 17, 1989)
Language: English
Pages: 237
ePub: 1939 kb
Fb2: 1616 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Biological Sciences

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Besides his new book, "Bloodsport: When Ruthless Dealmakers, Shrewd Ideologues, and Brawling Lawyers Toppled the Corporate Establishment," he is the author of "Gene Dreams: Wall Street, Academia and the Rise of Biotechnology" (1989) and "Profits of Science: The American Marriage of Business and Technology" (1994).

by. Genetic engineering industry, Biotechnology industries.

This is a book that was written in response to the initial flurry of "unlimited horizon" books about the possibilities of genetic engineering. I had read about 3 of them with increasing boredom, and was delighted to find one that actually took a more critical attitude than bland techno-boosterism.

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237 pp. New York: Basic Books. As Robert Teitelman recounts with delightful verve, occasional bite and persuasive detail in ''Gene Dreams,'' the promise of biotechnology whipped Wall Street into an unprecedented state of near-religious febrility

237 pp. As Robert Teitelman recounts with delightful verve, occasional bite and persuasive detail in ''Gene Dreams,'' the promise of biotechnology whipped Wall Street into an unprecedented state of near-religious febrility. In the early- to mid-1980's, investors who knew as little about DNA and RNA as they did about muons and quarks poured tens of millions of dollars into a passel of aggressive biotechnology ventures, among them Genentech, Cetus and Biogen.

Teitelman has a welcome talent for putting scientific and Wall Street arcana-DNA, gene splicing, monoclonal antibodies, oncogenes, warrants, et a. within reach of lay readers. His prose is also informed by light, clarifying touches

Teitelman has a welcome talent for putting scientific and Wall Street arcana-DNA, gene splicing, monoclonal antibodies, oncogenes, warrants, et a. His prose is also informed by light, clarifying touches. Noting that chemotherapy is not a magic bullet, for example, he characterizes.

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