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The human genome is, at long last, complete


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A large international team led by Adam Phillippy at National Institutes of Health has revealed the final eight percent of the human genome in a paper published in Science.

These long–missing pieces of our genome contain more than mere junk. Within the new data are mysterious pockets of noncoding DNA that do not make protein, but still play crucial roles in many cellular functions and may lie at the heart of conditions in which cell division runs amok, such as cancer.


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Wow! I'm sure many impressive medical developments will eventually come from this long sought after endeavor.

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SO how long till the buying & selling of DNA code starts
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