Series: Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology Volume: 68
Edited By: Bruce Stillman and David Stewart
650 pages, Illus
The 2003 symposium was dedicated to examining what has been learned so far from the human genome sequence. This book contains over sixty contributions from the world's leaders in this field and covers genome structure and evolution, methods of data analysis, lessons from species comparison, and the application of sequence data to the understanding of disease.
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