Jacob's ladder: the history of the human genome

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Fourth Estate, Mar 1, 2004 - Science - 272 pages

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JACOB'S LADDER: The History of the Human Genome

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A detailed history, not so much of the genome as of genetics itself.Nature science writer Gee begins with a description of how a fertilized human egg develops into a person. As everyone has observed ... Read full review

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This book was a pleasant surprise. I thought I was getting a description of the state of the art of genome science in 2004. What I actually got was a history of how we reached this state of the art in ... Read full review

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Birth
3
Ex Ovo Omnia
20
Unfolding
33
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