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Bruce Birren. Human Interphase Chromosomes. Yuri B. Genomic and Precision Medicine. Geoffrey S. Continue shopping. Item s unavailable for purchase. Please review your cart. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we'll automatically remove it at Checkout. The seminal question about the basis for regulation of genetic engineering in the s was whether there were unique risks associated with the use of recombinant DNA techniques.

Numerous national and international scientific organizations have repeatedly addressed this question, and their conclusions have been congruent: There are no unique risks from the use of molecular techniques of genetic engineering. National Academy of Sciences issued a white paper in that found no evidence of the existence of unique hazards, either in the use of genetic engineering techniques or in the movement of genes between unrelated organisms. They make it possible to introduce pieces of DNA, consisting of either single or multiple genes that can be defined in function and even in nucleotide sequence.

With classical techniques of gene transfer, a variable number of genes can be transferred, the number depending on the mechanism of transfer; but predicting the precise number or the traits that have been transferred is difficult, and we cannot always predict the phenotype that will result.

With organisms modified by molecular methods, we are in a better, if not perfect, position to predict the phenotypic expression.

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