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Mapping Our Genes - Genome Projects: How Big? How Fast?

Small book cover: Mapping Our Genes - Genome Projects: How Big? How Fast?

Mapping Our Genes - Genome Projects: How Big? How Fast?

Publisher: U.S. Government Printing Office
Number of pages: 214

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The growing power and speed of research in molecular biology have led to proposals to apply novel molecular biological methods to the genetics of entire organisms. Research and technology efforts aimed at mapping and sequencing large portions or entire genomes are called genome projects...

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