'Gorgeous Genome' (and Gorgeous George, part man, part genome pictured as well)

  Bombs 'n genes

Genetics moves on

Genetic building blocks

Making medicines match

Proteins first, genes second




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Cloning clash

Health effects of radiation

Genetic engineering in agriculture


Stem cells

Another Human Genome Project: A Private Company's Plan Shocks the Genetics Community, John Travis, Science News, 23 May, 1998, pp. 334 ff.

Genome Special Issue, Science, 23 October, 1998: (includes New Goals for the U.S. Genome Project: 1998-2003, by Francis Collins, et al. p. 682 ff).

Nuclear Weapons Tests and Human Germline Mutation Rate, Yuri Dubrova et al, Science, 8 Feb. 2002, Brevia.

Massively Parallel Genomics, Stephen Fodor, Science, 18 July, 1997, pp. 393-5.

Weighing DNA for Fast Genetic Diagnosis, Joseph Alper, Science, March 27, 1998, pp. 2044-5.

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