By: Andrew Brown
244 pages, no illustrations
Account of the first great success of genomics: the 30 year struggle to decode the complete DNA of a nematode worm. Tells the story of the scientists working on this exciting project: Sydney Brenner, John Sulston, Bob Orvitz, and Fred Sanger. Andrew Brown looks ahead to the next 50 years of biological science.
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