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# What are some of the expected benefits of the Human Genome Project?

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What are some of the expected benefits of the Human Genome Project?

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Human Genome Project is an international scientific research project that was carried out for the research on the sequence of nucleotide base pairs that make up the human DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid) which carried the genetic instructions for growth of a human body, and to identify and map all of the genes of the human genome from physical and a functional aspects. It is the world's largest collaborative biological project that was carried for about 15 years.

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