The first genomes

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<p>[[The first human genome]]</p>
<p>[[The first human genome]]</p>
<p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [[The first Caucasian genome]]&nbsp;&nbsp; [[The first Asian genome]]&nbsp; [[The first Chinese genome]]&nbsp; [[The first Korean genome]]</p>
<p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [[The first Caucasian genome]]&nbsp;&nbsp; [[The first Asian genome]]&nbsp; [[The first Chinese genome]]&nbsp; [[The first Korean genome]]</p>
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<p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [[The first individual genome]] Venter's.&nbsp; [[James Watson Genome]]</p>
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<p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [[The first individual genome]] Venter's.&nbsp; [[James Watson Genome]]&nbsp;&nbsp; [[The first African Genome]] NA18507</p>
<p>[[The first bacterial genome]]</p>
<p>[[The first bacterial genome]]</p>
<p>[[The first plant genome]]</p>
<p>[[The first plant genome]]</p>

Revision as of 06:26, 16 January 2011

The first genomes in the genomics history.

 

The first human genome

    The first Caucasian genome   The first Asian genome  The first Chinese genome  The first Korean genome

     The first individual genome Venter's.  James Watson Genome   The first African Genome NA18507

The first bacterial genome

The first plant genome

The first Archae genome

The first yeast genome: April 1996

 

 


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