2. Describe contribution of genomics research in medicine.
3. Describe impact of genomics research on society.
4. 20,000 genes make up little more than 1% of the genome. What is the role of the remaining 99%? Is it all junk DNA?
5. Why did Eric Lander suggest to redefine biology as Information? How do you interpret this idea?
6. Why did many ethical, legal, and social issues arise from the Human Genome Project?
7. Will genomics create a principally new medicine and may change different aspects of our culture and mentality?
8. Will development of epigenetics change the most fundamental ideas of genetics?
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