and Novartis are considering development of Zalbin dosed every four weeks, and Human Genome
previously reported the positive interim results of a Phase 2b study of this ZALBIN regimen.
First structured as a course and then transcribed into a book, this is an excellent introductory text into the theological viewpoint of the Human Genome
Thomas Watkins, Chief Executive Officer, said, "We are very pleased that GSK has exercised its option to develop and commercialize LymphoStat-B jointly with Human Genome
The total number of genes used by people has been debated ever since the initial analyses of the human genome
sequence 2 years ago indicated that people have just 30,000 to 40,000 genes, rather than the 75,000 to 100,000 genes that many scientists had predicted.
Watson of the National Institutes of Health's Human Genome
Project, and J.
The sequencing of the human genome
by the Human Genome
Project and Celera is only the beginning of a revolution that many predict will transform medicine.
HGS and Human Genome
Sciences are registered trademarks of Human Genome
First and foremost, the Human Genome
Project will revolutionize the practice of medicine, allowing doctors to possibly prevent and treat diseases caused by faulty genes--such as Huntington's disease, a nerve-cell disorder that may be the result of a single gene's mutation, or alteration.
In April, the Human Genome
Project announced that it had assembled "working drafts" of human chromosomes 5, 16, and 19.
What percentage of the human genome
has the company uncovered; and will HGS own just about everything of value that emerges from genomics?
Other comprehensive maps have been assembled on the basis of a collection of more than 16,000 distinct transcribed sequences (including known genes and gene fragments) or expressed sequence tags, which are estimated to represent at least 50% of all genes in the human genome