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Opening address: Molecular biology and life science


, : Opening address: Molecular biology and life science. Journal of Periodontal Research 28(6 PART 2): 459-461

Molecular biology has made the transition from phase 1, dealing with prokaryotic genes and DNA, to phase 2, dealing with genes of eukaryotic multicellular organisms. This transition came about because of the DNA technology that has evolved since the early 1970s. Now we are at the beginning of the transition to phase 3, through the emerging human genome project. The background of the development of this project, its current state, and its possible impact on the life sciences is briefly outlined and discussed.

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