There are many ways to investigate the human genome, such as constructing maps of genomic landmarks, examining the morphology of normal and abnormal chromosomes, characterizing individual genes, following the genetic transmission of phenotypes and DNA sequence variations. To this we can now add the elucidation of the genomic DNA sequence. A general recognition in the field by visiting the following sites may be a starting point for further and more specific quests. UCSC Genome Bioinformatics. The Human Genome Project at UCSC. The International H. Genome Sequencing Consortium.  Pub Med Bank plus a list of other sites. Human Genome Sciences, Inc., founded in 1992. Computational Biology at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms for Biomedical Research (Consortium). International Database in support of the Human Genome Project. Ethical, Legal, Social issues.   Max Plank Institute Sequencing Project, Germany. RIKEN Genome Research Group Tokyo, Japan. Sequencing Project. Yang Ming University Genome Research Center, Taipei. Keio University Sequencing Project, Japan. Department of Genome Analysis Jena, Germany. The Sanger Centre Sequencing Project, Hinxton, United Kingdom. Lita Annebel Hazel Genome Analysis at Cold Spring Harbor. Stanford Human Genome Center Sequencing Project. The Institute for Genomic Research, Rockville, MD. Genoscope Sequencing Project in Evy, France. Bioinformatics for Genome Analysis, Germany. The Genome Sequencing Center, Washington University of St. Louis. The Whitehead Institute Center for Genome Research, MIT.




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