Monthly Archives: May 2013

Some of our genes are missing…but which ones?

One can think of genes in a number of ways: At the level of the DNA – simply as a linear sequence of nucleotides, in ONE fixed order, in the “normal” state, or Again as a DNA molecule, but remember that genes in organisms, rather than in pieces of DNA in a test-tube, are subject [...]

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Genetics Society Spring Meeting: Genomics for Health and Society

The aim of of the meeting was to begin to answer the question: “What will be the impact of large-scale sequencing of human populations in the 21st Century?” Held at The Royal Society in London on 19th April 2013, the meeting brought together some distinguished figures from clinical genetics, population genomics, DNA fingerprinting and the [...]

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