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  1. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics: 2002
  2. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics, Volume 8, 2007
  3. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics 2007
  4. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics 2006
  5. Genomic medicine: the human genome project from a healthcare provider's perspective.(Is There a Pink Slip in Your Genes? Genetic Discrimination in Employment ... An article from: Journal of Law and Health
  6. Genomics and Human Ecology.(Brief Article): An article from: Human Ecology
  7. Meet NHGRI's new director.(GENOMIC MEDICINE)(National Human Genome Research Institute's Dr. Eric D. Green)(Interview): An article from: Family Practice News by Greg Feero, 2010-03-15
  8. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics: 2003
  9. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics 2010
  10. Where Do We Come From?: The Molecular Evidence for Human Descent by Jan Klein, Naoyuki Takahata, 2002-01-10
  11. Computing for Comparative Microbial Genomics: Bioinformatics for Microbiologists (Computational Biology) by David W. Ussery, Trudy M. Wassenaar, et all 2008-12-22
  12. Sport and Human Genetics (1984 Olympic Scientific Congress Proceedings) (v. 4) by Or.) Olympic Scientific Congress (1984 Eugene, Robert M. Malina, et all 1986-02
  13. ISCN 2005: An International System for Human Cytogenetic Nomenclature (Cytogenetic & Genome Research) by Lisa G. Shaffer, Niels Tommerup, 2005-12
  14. Data Analysis and Visualization in Genomics and Proteomics

61. Context Weblog :: April 2002
friday april 5, 2002. gene(sis) contemporary art explores human genomics from*Gene(sis) Contemporary Art Explores human genomics*.
an emerging culture observatory home site map about context
april 2002
sampling new cultural context

tuesday :: april 30, 2002
:: new museum exploration
From May 2 to June 30, 2002, the New Museum in New York city presents the exhibition Open_Source_Art_Hack. Hacking practices, open source ethics, and cultural production are explored in Open_Source_Art_Hack. "Hackers create the possibility of new things entering the world. Not always great things, or even good things, but new things. In art, in science, in philosophy and culture, in any process of knowledge where data can be gathered, where information can be extracted from it, and where in that information new possibilities for the world produced, there are hackers hacking the new out of the old." McKenzie Wark, Hacker Manifesto 2.0 In mainstream culture, hacking has many-mostly negative-connotations. Acts of hacking can range from relatively harmless pranks, to those that have economic consequences, to criminal actions. The activity itself elicits both fear and fascination, and its aura of anonymity and inscrutability makes it ripe for media exaggeration. Especially after September 11, 2001, the usual official response to any kind of hacking has been to indiscriminately codify it as 'cyber-terrorism,' diverting attention from its significant social implications.

62. North Carolina Genomics/Bioinformatics Academic Initiatives
Wake Forest University. Center for human genomics. UNC Wilmington. BioinformaticsResearch Group. NCSC HP Bioinformatics. Last Modified 10/18/02 by J. da Silva.
North Carolina Academic/Governmental/Nonprofit Initiatives in Genomics/Bioinformatics
NC Biotechnology Center
  • RTI International

    National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

    University of North Carolina

    UNC Chapel Hill

    NC State University

    Duke University

    Wake Forest University

    UNC Wilmington

    NCSC HP Bioinformatics
    Last Modified 10/18/02 by J. da Silva
  • 63. Nature Genome Gateway - Human Genome
    pleasure that Nature presents this special section of the Genome Gateway to markthe publication of the initial sequencing and analysis of the human genome.
    It is with great pleasure that Nature presents this special section of the Genome Gateway to mark the publication of the initial sequencing and analysis of the human genome. We are delighted to uphold the principle at the heart of the Human Genome Project: free and unrestricted access to all our genome related material through these web pages. more... New: The DNA sequence of human chromosome 20 the human genome
    Sequence and analysis of the human genome genome maps
    Road maps to our genetic landscape analysis
    Mining the genome for information
    Expert analysis of the genome papers nature science update
    The Nature News Service celebrates the human genome press releases
    Nature 's genome coverage as presented to the world's press editorial
    Human genomes, public and private news feature
    Are you ready for the revolution? news feature
    What a long, strange trip it's been... mapping databases archives interactive education kit STN2 video news ... meet the authors Nature 's publication in 1953 of the structure of DNA by James Watson and Francis Crick spawned biology's molecular revolution and, is in many ways the direct ancestor of the work of the human genome project. Nature celebrates this historical connection by presenting here the full text and PDF of Watson and Crick's seminal paper.

    64. Nature Genome Gateway - Home
    of the Genome Gateway to mark the publication of the initial sequencing and analysis of the human genome. postgenomics
    Nature Journals Nature Nature Reviews Cancer Nature Reviews Immunology Nature Reviews Genetics Nature Reviews Drug Discovery Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology Nature Reviews Neuroscience Nature Biotechnology Nature Cell Biology Nature Genetics Nature Immunology Nature Medicine Nature Neuroscience Nature Structural Biology Nature Materials (Sept. 2002) Gateways Asia Gateway German Gateway Japan Gateway Genome Gateway Physics Gateway Specialist Journals Homepage Bone Marrow Transplantation British Dental Journal British Homeopathic Journal British Journal of Pharmacology Cancer Gene Therapy Dentomaxillofacial Radiology European Journal of Clinical Nutrition European Journal of Human Genetics Evidence-Based Dentistry Eye Gene Therapy Genes and Immunity International Journal of Impotence Research International Journal of Obesity J of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology J of Human Hypertension J of Industrial Microbiology J of Perinatology Leukemia Microcirculation Molecular Psychiatry Neoplasia Oncogene Prostate Cancer Public Health Spinal Cord The Hematology Journal The Pharmacogenomics Journal
    welcome to Nature 's genome gateway...

    65. Annual Review Of Genomics And Human Genetics
    Provide systematic, periodic examinations of scholarly advances through critical authoritative reviews. Includes abstracts, subscription required for full text access.
    AR Online Site Licenses Available Now! View Planned Future Reviews
    Current Volume (2002)

    ... Select a Volume from the Archive
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    ... ANNUAL REVIEWS HOME For faster access from selected countries use our international site
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    Energy and the Environment Political Science ... Sociology ANNUAL REVIEWS IN BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES Biochemistry Biomedical Engineering Biophysics and Biomolecular Structure ... Public Health ANNUAL REVIEWS IN PHYSICAL SCIENCES Astronomy and Astrophysics Biomedical Engineering Biophysics and Biomolecular Structure ... Physical Chemistry

    66. Weizmann Institute: The Crown Human Genome Center
    The Weizmann Institute of Science Crown human Genome Center DNA Array Unit. Computational genomics. Genome Resources. Genetic Mapping by Microsatellite Analysis
    The Weizmann Institute of Science Crown Human Genome Center
    Doron Lancet , Head
    Israel is an active participant in the international effort to realize the goals set by the Human Genome Project , and its contribution received formal recognition and support from the USA and Europe. The Weizmann Institute Crown Human Genome Center, in collaboration with the Department of Biological Services and the Jerusalem center, harbors the National Laboratory for Genome Infrastructure , supported by the Israeli Ministry of Science.
    Related activities at the Biological Services Department
    Open positions at the Weizmann Institute in bioinformatics and computational biology. Vered Chalifa-Caspi

    Mapped the human genome and develop new drugs based on their research. Features a range of corporate data, investor information, news, and career opportunities.
    February 13: Celera Diagnostics And Abbott Laboratories Announce Additional FDA Clearance For ViroSeq HIV-1 Genotyping System [more...]
    January 23: Celera Genomics Reports Second Quarter Fiscal 2003 Results [more...]
    additional: Applera Corporation Teleconference January 23, 2003 Management Remarks for Second Quarter Fiscal 2003 Earnings Call [more...]
    January 16: Genomics Collaborative And Celera Diagnostics Sign Rheumatoid Arthritis Agreement [more...]
    January 08: Applied Biosystems Group And Celera Genomics Group Second Quarter FY 2003 Financial Results And Conference Call Scheduled For January 23, 2003 [more...]
    NEW!: Celera Mouse Chromosome 16 Publication Site, dedicated to the paper published in Science (vol. 296, p. 1661 (2002)). [more...]
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    68. Sequenom Inc.
    Researches and identifies relationships between human genes and human health and disease. Research discoveries develop into products which are licensed to pharmaceutical, diagnostic, genomics and biotechnology companies for drug discovery and/or genebased diagnostic applications (Nasdaq GMNI).

    69. Welcome To The ORNL Mammalian Genetics & Genomics Program
    The generation, mapping, and functional analysis of mouse models for human genetic diseases. Includes research programs, news, and staff profiles. From the Oak Ridge National Laboratory .
    HOME PROGRAMS NEWS STAFF Internal Sites Mutant Mouse Database Lab Animal Resources Life Sciences Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory ... UT-Battelle LLC External Links Tennessee Mouse Genome Consortium UT Graduate School of Genome Science and Technology
    O ak Ridge National Laboratory's Mouse Genetics and Genomics Program, operating at the intersection of genetics and genomics, is building upon its successful past and current strengths in genomics, genetic analysis, mutagenesis, phenotype screening, and germ-cell biology to exploit the mouse fully as a model system for post-genome biology.
    Programs Overview Mutagenesis Phenotype Screening Genomics/Transcriptomics ... Cryopreservation Staff Dr. Cymbeline T. Culiat Dr. Brynn H. Jones Dr. Dabney K. Johnson Dr. Stephen J. Kennel ... Dr. Yun You News The Knoxville News-Sentinel
    ORNL Renaissance

    Mouse Genetics and Genomics Program articles

    Under Construction - the new Mouse House

    mid-January 2003
    About Us
    Contact Us

    70. Cambridge Antibody Technology
    Company developing human monoclonal antibodies as novel therapeutics. Also applying its technology platform to functional genomics to assist the discovery of new drug targets.

    71. Nature Genome Gateway - Human Genome - Overview - Press Releases
    Comprehensive information on the first draft of the human genome from Nature.

    genome gateway
    human genome press releases
    press releases
    The mapping, sequence and analysis of the human genome are a fundamental advance in self-knowledge and will strike a chord with many people. Application of this knowledge will, in time, materially benefit almost everyone in the world. As such the publication of the human genome is likely to attract a large amount of news coverage in both specialist scientific, and general media alike. Part of Nature 's role as a scientific journal is to act as a conduit for the transfer of information from scientists to the 1600 science journalists and writers who receive our press releases. This press release material, written by Nature 's science writing team acts as a concise and accessible 'walk-through' of the content of Nature 's human genome special issue. A web cast of the joint Celera and International Human Genome Sequencing Consortium press conference is available on the NIH's web site
    the genome
    Initial sequencing and analysis of the human genome

    Nature 860-921 (15 February 2001)
    Full Text PDF
    the comparison
    The authors compare the vital statistics for the publicly funded Human Genome Project and the private Celera effort in terms of amount of sequence, gaps, number of unique sequences and continuity of sequence. They find that the two sequences are essentially comparable.

    72. Twisted Ladder Media: Producers Of "The New Genetics™," A Series Of Educational
    Interactive courseware about the new genetics and genomics resulting from the human Genome Project. CDROMs for healthcare professionals (CME) and the public.
    Introducing the first two multimedia CD-ROMs in an educational courseware series about genetics and genomics... View a sample animatio n from the courseware Reviewed in November 14 issue of JAMA More ... Technical Support is a multimedia CD-ROM for those interested in the impact of genetics and genomics on healthcare and society. is a CD-ROM for physicians who wish to update their knowledge of genetics and genomics. CME credits are available through Stanford University. Features and Demos Ordering Authors E-mail

    73. WTCHG
    Multidisciplinary research teams in human genetics, functional genomics, bioinformatics, statistical genetics and structural biology. Research areas, divisions, people, seminars, software and data resources, external links.

    About the Centre
    Research Areas Divisions People ... Internal use only
    The Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics (WTCHG) was established in 1994 to undertake research into the genetic basis of common diseases. Since June 2000 the Centre has been located in the Henry Wellcome Building of Genomic Medicine, University of Oxford. The scientific objective of the Centre is to explore all aspects of the genetic susceptibility of disease including the localisation of genes involved in common diseases, characterisation of the variants responsible for susceptibility, the understanding of how these DNA variants may contribute to risk of disease in the population and finally, how such genetic factors contribute biologically to a disease process. The Centre houses multi-disciplinary research teams in human genetics, functional genomics, bioinformatics, statistical genetics and structural biology.

    74. Znomics, Inc.
    Functional genomics company working on the zebrafish as a system to identify genes underlying human disease.
    Developing medicines through functional genomics Znomics is a functional genomics company located in Portland, Oregon OR. Using zebrafish, retroviral mutagenesis techniques and other capabilities, the company will improve and speed development of medicines for human health. biotechnology, functional genomics, zebrafish, disease models, drug discovery

    75. Welcome To CuraGen Corporation
    Simplifying in order to accelerate genomics based product discovery and development. Has created technologies to better understand the role of genes in improving human health, animal health and agricultural vitality.

    76. Mammalian Genome
    Focuses on the experimental, theoretical, and technical aspects of genomics and genetics in mouse, human, and other species, particularly those aspects bearing on studies of gene function.
    Would you like to automatically receive notification of every new issue published in Mammalian Genome ? Then register with our free-of-charge mail service LINK Alert by checking the box and enter your email address below: Contents of Issues You will receive confirmation via email.
    Editors: Joseph H. Nadeau, Steve D.M. Brown
    Official Journal of the
    International Mammalian Genome Society (IMGS)
    IMGS Business Manager

    Darla Miller,
    Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA
    web address:
    Indexed in Index Medicus, MEDLINE, SCI, ISI/Biotechnology Citation Index, and Current Contents/Life Sciences
    ISSN 0938-8990 (printed version)
    ISSN 1432-1777 (electronic version)

    77. Genome Therapeutics Corporation - Genomics Based Drug Discovery And Sequencing
    Develops genomicsbased drug discovery technologies which utilize pathogen functional genomics and bioinformatics capabilities to discover and characterize genes of pathogens and human disease genes. (Nasdaq GENE).
    Click here to listen to the year-end earnings conference call Genome Theraputics Reports Financial Results for Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2002
    Genome Therapeutics, with nine product development programs, is focused on the discovery and development of pharmaceutical and diagnostic products for infectious diseases and chronic human conditions. Our lead candidate, Ramoplanin, is in a Phase III clinical trial for the prevention of bloodstream infections caused by vancomycin-resistant enterococci (VRE), and in a Phase II clinical trial for the treatment of Clostridium difficile -associated diarrhea (CDAD).
    A Phase III clinical candidate for the prevention of bloodstream infections caused by vancomycin-resistant enterococci

    78. UK MRC HGMP-RC
    Provides resources for research workers in the fields of genomics, genetics and functional genomics. Funded by the United Kingdom Medical Research Council.
    Human Genome Mapping Project
    Resource Centre
    Funded by the MRC
    About Us...
    Mission, Description, Contact details, etc Research at the HGMP-RC... Functional Genomics, Fugu , Mouse Sequencing, Microarrays etc.
    MRC geneservice
    Reagents, DNA services, RNA services, custom services..
    WWW Menu Telnet Menu NIX ... GLUE , etc
    The GenomeWeb Search HGMP ...
    What's New

    Updated 10th March 2003 Registration
    Training Courses
    Public Seminars DHMHD ... The Bioinformatics Resource (CCP11) Comments, Questions?

    79. Human Genome Project Primers
    Description of the basic strategy and methodology for mapping and sequencing the human genome. From Category Science Biology Eukaryotic Animal Mammal human...... genomics and Its Impact on Medicine and Society A Primer. The current editioncovers basic science, the human Genome Project, what we know so far, ELSI
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    DOE HGP Genomics Primers
    Genomics and Its Impact on Medicine and Society: A Primer
    This primer updates the 1992 Primer on Molecular Genetics and the booklet To Know Ourselves . The current edition covers basic science, the Human Genome Project, what we know so far, ELSI, medicine, benefits and more. This primer is available in the following formats
    • HTML Acrobat (pdf), suitable for printing. Visit Adobe for free Acrobat Reader software. PowerPoint (You can download the slides from here. Just right click on the 'PowerPoint' link to the left and choose the "save link as" option.)
    A supplementary Human Genome Project Fact Sheet (May 2001) covering issues such as the public/private partnership, patenting, and future challenges is also available for download in PDF format.
    1992 Primer on Molecular Genetics The Primer on Molecular Genetics from the U.S. Department of Energy is still available in the following formats

    80. Human Genome News
    Instrumentation Mapping Bioinformatics Functional genomics ELSI Research RecentAbstracts US,Intl. Research Sites Funding. Publications human Genome News
    skip navigation Spanning Disciplines,
    Advancing Knowledge
    Promoting Awareness,
    Progress, and Applications
    of the Human Genome Project Subject Index
    Alphabetical Index
    What's New

    Genetics Headlines

    Human Genome News

    Meetings Calendar
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