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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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M2 PHARMA-November 7, 2013-Personal Genome Project UK seeks 100,000 volunteers(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
Our sequencing division is well-staffed by scientists who have played a key role in a number of large-scale genome projects, including Human Genome Project, Rice Genome Project, Silkworm Genome Project, Chicken Genome Project and Porcine Genome Project.
It has been called the next step on from the Human Genome Project, which provided the sequence for our genetic make-up.
The PARSA Community Foundation has awarded a $250,000 grant to the Iranian Genome Project at Stanford University.
Dr Iqbal Chaudhary said that the success of our scientists on this genome project is in fact a national pride for us; they have acquired remarkable scientific achievement at a time when Pakistan is passing through a terrible time in its history.
Their topics include the workplace ideology of genetic counselors, risk and the ethics of genetic choice, discrimination issues and genetic screening, the impact of the Human Genome Project for genetic counseling services, and the evolution of non-directiveness in genetic counseling and implications of the Human Genome Project.
9) reports that "The [maize] genome project discovered some new families of transposons, revealing a total of 1,300 such families in maize.
Pandora Media, supported by the Music Genome Project.
The institute has been a leading contributor to the Human Genome Project and now focuses much of its work on studying human DNA sequence variations and how these correlate with genetic diseases.
To understand how the dog species became so physically diverse, Ostrander is heading the Dog Genome Project at NHGRI.
Adam, Eve, and the Genome: The Human Genome Project and Theology.
The groundbreaking work, which was also supported in part by funding from the Max Planck Society, the German Human Genome Project (DHGP) and the German National Genome Research Network (NGFN), also involved crucial contributions from collaborators in other institutions, including Dr.

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