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"What ever will we think about now that the genome project is almost complete?"
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"Do you, Ashley, take Nesbitt and his genome to be your husband?"
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On the road with the map of the human genome.
"We're not lost. Here's a map of the human genome."
"Genome, Henderson! We're working on the human genome!"
'Sequencing? No, this baby tells us how much we can charge for genome data.'
Maps of the Human Genome
"Good news, Mr. Vanderfirth. We've traced your lineage back to a woman who lived in East Africa two hundred thousand years ago."
"I ask you: is this the DNA sequence of an embezzler?"
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'Genome, Henderson! It's the human 'genome' project!'
'And that's how we discovered curly genes, or, as Dr. Crick insists on calling them, 'DNA'.'
'The future of medicine' "It's genomics." "I'd say proteins." "Same as always: economics."
"Very nice résumé. Leave a sample of your DNA with my secretary."
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'I did not expect him to read the whole genome!'
'Sequence my genome? They don't even know I exist.'
'I told you this house was too near the nuclear reactor. My G-gnome's already been damaged.'
Genetic Research and Engineering Department (sign has 6 fingers)
'We now know the genomic sequence of the pathogen, and we can locate the vaccine targets. This is a lot more logical than what I'm used to.'
'Despite all the work that has been put into it, it's clear that the genome code is not a get-rich-quick scheme.'
'All those in favor of continuing...'
'A chestnut rinse, Carol... and ruffle my DNA.'
'Eureka! I've isolated the male gene that leaves the toilet seat up!'
'Those are letters from my parents.'