140 pages, Col illus, figs, tabs
Illustrated account of the genome project offering an introduction to the basic biology and techniques, a guide to the main players and events in the history of genetic science, and a range of viewpoints on its impact and reception around the world. The authors, as editors at Nature, were central figures in the publication of the historic article in the 15 February 2001 issue of the journal, which is reproduced here.
'The explanation of the science behind the project is brief and concise but readable...recommended. - Library Journal 'The Human Genome is a beautifully assembled and well-written publication, enriched with high-quality photographs and diagrams that will appeal to both students and professional scientists and educators...Dennis and Gallagher have assembled an excellent resource of genome reference materials that is wonderful reading - highly recommended for anyone with an interest in the Human Genome Project.' - Heredity
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