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This list contains subjects important to genomic research, including that done by the Human Genome Project.

Prior to pruning, this list contained 449 entries. Before removing blue links from this list, please check them to make sure they actually cover the intended subject.

Public domain sources: Human Genome Project glossary, glossary

  1. affected relative pair - Redirects to genetics glossary page.
  2. aggregation technique
  3. base sequence analysis
  4. capillary array
  5. Chloroorganic carrier - a group of molecules that facilitates the transport of dyes into a fiber
  6. chloroplast chromosome
  7. cytogenetic map
  8. cytological band
  9. cytological map
  10. cytoplasmic (uniparental) inheritance
  11. cytoplasmic trait
  12. deletion map
  13. directed sequencing
  14. draft sequence
  15. finished dna sequence
  16. full gene sequence
  17. gc-rich area
  18. long-range restriction mapping
  19. mapping population
  20. monogenic inheritance
  21. non-directiveness
  22. oligogenic
  23. overlapping clones
  24. physical map (genetics)
  25. radiation hybrid
  26. recombinant clone
  27. working draft dna sequence
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