Chapter 1 creation (pages 1–3): Sydney Brenner
Chapter 2 Cultural swap and Its Relevance for Human Genetics (pages 5–23): L. L. Cavalli?Sforza
Chapter three Genes and Non?Coding DNA Sequences (pages 25–45): P. M. B. Walker
Chapter four Reversed Genetics: a brand new method of the Elucidation of Structure–Function dating (pages 47–61): Charles Weissmann, Hans Weber, Tadatsugu Taniguchi, Willi Muller and Francois Meyer
Chapter five Genetics in an Oocyte (pages 63–80): J. B. Gurdon, D. A. Melton and M. De Robertis
Chapter 6 DNA fix Defects and Chromosome Instability issues (pages 81–146): Paul E. Polani
Chapter 7 Human Haemoglobin Genetics (pages 147–186): D. J. Weatherall, J. B. Clegg, W. G. wooden and G. Pasvol
Chapter eight Multilocus Enzymes in guy (pages 187–204): Harry Harris
Chapter nine Gene Clusters and the HLA process (pages 205–229): Walter F. Bodmer
Chapter 10 The Genetics of the supplement method (pages 231–250): P. J. Lachmann and M. J. Hobart
Chapter eleven Monoclonal Antibodies and telephone floor Antigens (pages 251–281): C. Milstein, G. Galfre, D.S. Secher and T. Springer
Chapter 12 Human Gene Mapping and melanoma Biology (pages 283–309): M. Siniscalco
Chapter thirteen a few fresh development within the research of Malignancy via telephone Fusion (pages 311–333): Henry Harris
Chapter 14 The position of Viral Transformation and Cytogenetic adjustments in Viral Oncogenesis (pages 335–358): George Kleln
Chapter 15 The Genetics of studying Disabilities (pages 359–376): Barton Childs and Joan M. Finucci
Chapter sixteen On Being anyone, or: the guy within the purple Hat (pages 377–393): Charles R. Scriver
Chapter 17 Molecular and Genetic association: the long run (pages 395–411): Walter Bodmer
Chapter 18 Chairman's last feedback (pages 413–414): Sydney Brenner
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Dr Veronica van Heyningen and I in the early stages, and Dr Bostock more recently, have selected a highly resistant line derived from mouse PG19/T3 cells (Fig. 11). This line now grows in 10-4~-methotrexate and has an enzyme activity 700 times that of the parent line. The original karyotype has 72 mouse chromosomes, of which six are metacentrics. It is therefore nearly tetraploid. The resistant line has three to five very large chromosomes (Figs. 1 1,12). From the G-banding pattern round the centromeres it is apparent that these chromosomes are derived from duplications of two original chromosomes.
One gets the impression that pygmies really resist the transition to agriculture as strongly as they can. But on the whole they probably resist agriculture because they are trained t o hunt, and live in a hunting society which is very different from a farming society. The transition to agriculture is a complete change from all the values and skills that they have learnt. Crick: That is a good example of what I was looking for, namely where the activity is available t o them and some of them even d o it temporarily, but it doesn’t take.
Bodmer: Other people may be able to answer that better than I can. Sol Spiegelman used Q/3 in an in vitro system where he made it keep replicating. There was a sequence which was selected out more rapidly. It is a question of the origins of replication, and we know that reiterated sequences are places where homologies would allow unequal crossing-over to take place. In general terms I think it is plausible. From the observed lengths of replicating units one can calculate that a reasonable fraction of randomly cloned D N A fragments might contain origins of replication, especially if eukaryotic replication resembles what is found in eukaryotic viruses and prokaryotes.