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From Dr P. F. Long
It is now over 50 years since Watson and Crick described the structure of DNA, postulating a copying mechanism that provides a chemical basis for genetic transmission and a scientific basis for Mendelian inheritance of traits. In these intervening 50 years or so, we have gone from sequencing relatively short sequences of DNA to having the enabling technologies to sequence entire genomes, culminating in 2001 with completion of the human genome project.
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