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تمّت ترجمة هذا الرسم المعلوماتي بالتعاون بين مشروع إدراك للترجمة (EdrakProject@) ومبادرة

تمّت ترجمة هذا الرسم المعلوماتي بالتعاون بين مشروع إدراك للترجمة (EdrakProject@) ومبادرة

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Great poster (ordered one for my room just the other day) and lots of good stuff on the website for those who teach genetics or forensics.

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April 14, 2003 - The Human Genome Project is completed with 99% of the human genome sequenced to an accuracy of 99.99%

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from Watch and Study

The Race To Sequence The Human Genome

Heart racing, palms sweating, labored breathing? No, you’re not having a heart attack -- it’s stage fright! If speaking in public makes you feel like you're fighting for your life, you're not alone...

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Online Education Kit: Understanding the Human Genome Project Welcome to the Online Education Kit. The links below contain all sections inside the CD. You can even download the individual multimedia portions of the CD to your computer.

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Talking Glossary of Genetic Terms. Designed to Help Learners at Any Level Better Understand Genetic Terms. Explained by Scientists at the National Institutes of Health - Genome.gov

from Live Science

Unraveling the Human Genome: 6 Molecular Milestones

Unraveling the Human Genome: 6 Major Milestones | LiveScience (Image: Giovanni Cancemi, Shutterstock)

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How did scientists learn to sequence the human genome? #TEDEd

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Oxford Nanopore announced a new pocket size device that can sequence an enitre human genome in only 15 minutes. Scientists say that if this works, it is truly a revolution. Other biotech companies are trying to stage a hostile takeover of the company. Sounds like the stuff of movies!

A team of scientists from the University of Maryland School of Medicine has found the strongest evidence yet that bacteria occasionally transfer their genes into human genomes, finding bacterial DNA sequences in about a third of healthy human genomes and in a far greater percentage of cancer cells.

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