Transducing the Genome: Information, Anarchy, and Revolution in the Biomedical Sciences

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2001 - Medical - 269 pages
This text provides a behind-the-scenes look at the sequencing of the human genome project and the birth of the science of genomics. It explains genomics as an information science and traces its history back further than standard histories and news accounts to the early visionaries.

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Behold the Gene
21
The Database
39
Getting the Genes
47
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Gary Zweiger, Ph.D. (Mountain View, CA) received a doctorate in genetics from Stanford University and completed post-doctoral studies at Genenech, Inc. He is currently Collaborations and Intellectual Property Specialist at Agilent Technologies.

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