Sci. Aging Knowl. Environ., 3 October 2001
[DOI: 10.1126/sageke.2001.1.vp1]

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More historic archived info on Human genome?

18 October 2001

Paul Anthony Mazzuca,
researcher/caretaker
Mom and Dad

While I love brownies and seek their points, I imagine it would be useful to see some articles from around the end of last year when the Human Genome Project was mainly finished. Speeches were given about the importance of knowing the sequential nature of human genes and that the next challenge was the relationships between genes and how their messangers/proteins communicated their directions. Thanks and good work! Paul

Re: More historic archived info on Human genome?

18 October 2001

Paul Anthony Mazzuca,
researcher/ caretaker
Mom and Dad

Dear Editors: I imagine it would be useful to see some articles from around the end of last year when the Human Genome Project was mainly finished. Speeches were given about the importance of knowing the sequential nature of human genes and that the next challenge was the relationships between genes and how their messangers/proteins communicated their directions. Thanks and good work! Paul Mazzuca 703 751-0005








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