Ethics. Research. Community.

Beyond genetics: putting the power of DNA to work in your life

Publisher Location:New York. 
W. Morrow.
2003. 
(English). 
[Record Source: OCLC]
"McGee takes us on journey behind the headlines and into the heart of this formidable cutting-edge science, revolutionizing the global debate about genetics with an energy and a plan that are certain to surprise experts and laypersons alike, McGee has written the first user's guide to genomics, outlining the ways in which ordinary people will soon be using genetic information in radically new ways at home, at work, and at leisure. Probing the far-ranging ethical and legal implications of genomic research, McGee tackles its most controversial and hotly debated aspects - from patenting your DNA to genetic engineering at the supermarket - and explodes unnecessary fears about this new knowledge."--Jacket.
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Record TypeBook
Edition1st ed.
Physical Descriptionviii, 231 p.; 22 cm.
ContentsGenetics again? -- Bits and genes -- Floppy genes and rewritable genomes -- Learning to program your genes -- Bugs in the geneware : genetic testing -- Bugs in the geneware : gene "therapy" -- Geneware in your kitchen -- Geneware is not free anymore -- Geneware and the new infertility -- Want to be a beta tester?
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