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    •  Complete the sequence of DNA of the human genome
    •  There are 35,000 human genes in our genome
    •  The method at use in this project is called a hierarchical shotgun There are 7 main steps to the method
    •  Break down into a code of 150,000 letters
    •  Each fragment was placed into a bacterial artificial chromosome The E. coli inside the chromosome would replicate each DNA sample
    •  Special enzymes were used to cut each clone into ‘fingerprint’ of fragments
    •  Combined the clones into a longer strand Mapped them onto the human chromosome
    •  Broke down the cloned fragments into 1000- 2000 based pairs long Generated a sequence of the individual bases
    •  Shotgun method was used to sequence the fragments of human DNA
    •  Overlaps of the letters of the genetic code were used to assemble the sequence of DNA
    •  The first major experiment to map the human genome is performed on a sheep named Dolly Deeper concepts were found in this experiment
    •  Map out the single gene that causes genetic diseases or disorders
    •  Discoveries in the medical fields Cures of diseases
    •  Costs 3 billion dollars High risk in the project
    •  People will not got a chance to live there lives fairly DNA is going to determine the opportunities
    •  Someday will be able to tell the life someone is going to live by there human genome