Re: [Man or mouse?]

From: Alejandro Carrasquilla (
Date: Fri Mar 02 2001 - 16:14:39 MST

John Clark wrote:
"According to The New York Times, the Journals "Science" and "Nature": One
surprise is that humans only have about 30,000 genes. Another surprise is that
they could only find about 300 human genes that did not have a counterpart in
the mouse genome. I think it's good news; the fewer the genes the easier human
genetic engineering will be."

But, the fewer the genes the easier monster production will be, donīt you
think so?

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