Fry genes - p pe ly po kD 90 s na ki e ti de CCN K cy de ki or as yl e na a lt in cl se S6 RPS 6KA 5 pr n ei ot al hy CAL M1 h[p 1 os ph lm ca KCN

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jag ed 2 X-ray repair complementing defective repair in Chinese hamster cels 3 kinesin 2 [60-70kD] BCL2-asociated athanogene 5 creatine kinase, brain MAP/microtubule afinity-regulating kinase 3 eukaryotic translation initiation factor 5 tumor necrosis factor, alpha-induced protein 2 TNF receptor-asociated factor 3 regulatory subunit cyclin K vac inia related kinase 1 bradykinin receptor B1 bradykinin receptor B2 T-cel leukemia/lymphoma 1A T-cel leukemia/lymphoma 1B interferon, alpha-inducible protein 27 ribosomal protein S6 kinase, 90kD, polypeptide calmodulin 1 [phosphorylase kinase, delta] checkpoint supresor 1 galactosylceramidase [Krabe disease] sel-1 [supresor of lin-12, C.elegans]-like general transcription factor IA, 1 [37kD and 19kD subunits] thyroid stimulating hormone receptor neurexin 3 a viral oncogene placental growth factor, vascular endothelial growth factor-related protein dihydrolipoamide S-suc inyltransferase [E2 component of 2-oxo-glutarate complex] latent transforming growth factor beta binding protein 2 [NOTE:redefinition of symbol] methylmalonate-semialdehyde dehydrogenase ectonucleoside triphosphate diphosphohydrolase paraneoplastic antigen MA1 numb [Drosophila] homolog H aryotic translation initiation factor , subunit 1 [alpha, 35kD ] glutathione peroxidase 2 [gastrointestinal] farnesyltransferase, CA X box, beta MAX protein fucosyltransferase 8 [alpha [1,6] fucosyltransferase] ytic [includes spherocytosis, enticle [Drosophila] homolog 2 HSPC053 KIAA0125 IgG JAG2 TAF3B2 C14ORF2 XRCC3 KNS2 BAG5 CKB MARK3 EIF5 TNFAIP2 CDC42BPB TRAF3 KIAA0071 KIAA0329 CINP FLJ11132 RAGE Hsp89-alpha-delta-N CCNK HSU88895 VRK1 HSPC210 FLJ10242 BDKRB1 BDKRB2 DKFZp761F2014 TCL1A TCL1B TNG2 FLJ20034 helicase-moi SERPINA3 PLANH3 PI4 PI CBG LOC51156 IFI27 DDX24 LOC51676 FLJ10648 83 RPS6KA5 CALM1 KCNK13 FLJ11090 PRO1768 CHES1 PRO1635 KCNK10 PTPN21 GPR65 GALC FLRT2 SEL1L GTF2A1 TSHR DIO2 NRXN3 MLH3 EIF2B2 PGF DLST LOC51077 KIAA0317 LTBP2 MSTP031 HE1 FLJ10811 ABCD4 MMSDH PRO2550 ENTPD5 LOC51004 LOC57862 LSR68 PNMA1 C.ctg17328-000000.0.0 NUMB SEN1 S1 VATD FLJ12615 KIAA1385 GPX2 FNTB MAX FUT8 912 X2 benjamin fry aesthetics + computation group mit media lab Genomic Cartography
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benjamin fry 2 3 genomic cartography Scientists Complete Rough Draft of Human Genome” trumpeted the New York Times headline of June 26, 2000, when it was announced that the F rst draft of “The Book of Life” had been decoded. Identical headlines were pervasive in the days and weeks that followed, but for most, it was largely unclear what such optimistic statements meant or how the information might be understood. As a computational designer looking for tangled and complicated information problems, it seemed an ideal oppor- tunity. And with its thousands of related elements and parts, few people have the mental model or a visual scaffolding for what a genome looks like. In spite of the excitement in the promise of this nascent F eld, the announcement was more analogous to biologists F nally having the ability to understand the letters, three billion of them in all, maybe even sounding out the words in this Book of Life, in the unsteadily mouthed verbalizations of a seven-year-old stumbling through a text meant for an adult.
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Fry genes - p pe ly po kD 90 s na ki e ti de CCN K cy de ki or as yl e na a lt in cl se S6 RPS 6KA 5 pr n ei ot al hy CAL M1 h[p 1 os ph lm ca KCN

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