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Asunto:RV: Nature: A FREE SAMPLE COPY of Chromosome 21 issue
Fecha:Martes, 16 de Mayo, 2000  12:22:31 (-0400)
Autor:Jose Rafael Leal <trastor @..........net>

UNA COPIA GRATIS DE NATURE CON LA INFORMACION DEL CROMOSOMA 21..

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Subject: Nature: A FREE SAMPLE COPY of Chromosome 21 issue


> Dear Colleague:
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> We are very pleased to offer all users of Nature's electronic services a
> FREE sample of the May 18th issue of Nature.  To request a free print copy
> containing the Chromosome 21 paper, use the order form at:
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> Chromosome 21 is the second human chromosome sequence to be documented,
> encompassing more than 33 million base pairs of DNA, and its publication
> therefore marks a major scientific milestone. A striking feature of the
> chromosome is that it contains less than 300 discernible genes. This
implies
> that the whole human genome may contain no more than 40,000 genes, many
> fewer than previously thought.
>
> The chromosome sequence reveals the organisation of a number of genes
linked
> to specific human disorders, and will speed the search for several more
> disease-linked genes. The availability of this sequence will also provide
> valuable tools for investigating the basis of Down syndrome, which is
caused
> by the inheritance of three (rather than the normal two) copies of
> chromosome 21.
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> Richard Gallagher
> Biological Sciences Editor
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