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genome project

1. The Human Genome Project, see there.
2. A general term for a coordinated research initiative for mapping and sequencing the genome of any organism.
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The goal of the Human Genome Project was simply to sequence the human genome; no distinctions were made between protein coding and noncoding regions.
We decided that every 24 hours the data that came out of the sequencing instruments for the Human Genome Project would be placed in a public database where anybody could see it.
Olympic Genome Project, Samsung has created a way for Americans to get involved in the Olympic community while drawing connections between all of us who enjoy the magic of the Games," said Lisa Baird, USOC Chief Marketing Officer.
Pandora Fans Explore Their Favorite Track Features with an Inside Look at the Music Genome Project
Although rough maps of the X and other chromosomes have been made before, this is the first time that any chromosome has been mapped to the level of detail set by the Human Genome Project, a $3 billion effort to describe the human genetic blueprint completely, said Eric Green of the National Human Genome Research Institute.
Since that time, the human genome project has attracted a great deal of attention in the scientific world and the general media; the scope of the sequencing effort, and the extraordinary value that it will provide, has served to mask the enormous progress in sequencing other genomes.
What's the Human Genome Project and why should I care?
And epigenetics is likely to be one of the half dozen or so most important considerations as NIEHS proceeds with its Environmental Genome Project, according to institute director David Schwartz.
The Pediatric Cancer Genome Project has already yielded significant insights into aggressive childhood cancers of the retina, brainstem and blood published in leading international scientific journals.
One was a composite genetic instruction manual assembled by the Human Genome Project.
Professor, Department of Population and Reproduction, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis, and Director of The 100K Pathogen Genome Project.
In addition to her work on the Learning Genome Project, Kelly Tenkely is an educator, a prolific education blogger, and created a new educational model.

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