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  1. #1 Humon Genom Project(Hugo) and disease 
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    Quote Originally Posted by mustafa korkutata
    Do you think hugo is solute all of disease?why or why not ? and Do you think all of disease have genetics reason?
    No offense, but that's a rather ridiculous question. Of course not ALL diseases suffered by humans are genetically based, and even of those that are, many have complex interactions amongst many other genes and/or the environment.

    No, the human genome project is not the solution to all genetic diseases. It's a whole other matter to isolate and understand the action of those genes causing the diseases beyond just having the whole human DNA sequence to work with. Plus, we need genomes from many different people across many populations if we really want to grasp the genetic variation that also affects these diseases.


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    Do you think hugo is solute all of disease?why or why not ? and Do you think all of disease have genetics reason?
    No offense, but that's a rather ridiculous question. Of course not ALL diseases suffered by humans are genetically based, and even of those that are, many have complex interactions amongst many other genes and/or the environment.

    No, the human genome project is not the solution to all genetic diseases. It's a whole other matter to isolate and understand the action of those genes causing the diseases beyond just having the whole human DNA sequence to work with. Plus, we need genomes from many different people across many populations if we really want to grasp the genetic variation that also affects these diseases.
    NOT:and also you dont understand my question clear...so i thinks its a logical question... if u think deeplly.....sir...
    First of all, Paralith is a woman. Secondly, learn how to spell and formulate sentences properly and more people will understand your irrelevant drivel..Thirdly, there is still much to learn about the human genome and the Human Genome Project can't topple every single problem on its own...so no. Right now we only know how some genes express and silence some phenotypes. We can observe people with disorders and find out what mutations they have sometimes. We haven't pinpointed everything yet and even knowing about, for example, genes involved in cancer we can't completely cure it at this point in time. Many genes serve several different purposes and alteration could cause more harm than good until we know much much more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mustafa korkutata
    NOT:and also you dont understand my question clear...so i thinks its a logical question... if u think deeplly.....sir...
    It is a silly question because not all diseases are genetically based. Some are viral, some are bacterial, some are parasitic, some are due to improper amounts of various chemical compounds, etc. And as I said of those diseases that do have a basis in human genes, many of them are highly affected by outside environmental causes.

    Now, if you are having difficulty with English and your intended question was, do you think HUGO will ultimately lead us to a treatment for all genetically based disorders, then your question would make sense. The answer to that question has already been given by myself and by gottspieler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gottspieler
    First of all, Paralith is a woman. Secondly, learn how to spell and formulate sentences properly and more people will understand your irrelevant drivel..Thirdly, there is still much to learn about the human genome and the Human Genome Project can't topple every single problem on its own...so no. Right now we only know how some genes express and silence some phenotypes. We can observe people with disorders and find out what mutations they have sometimes. We haven't pinpointed everything yet and even knowing about, for example, genes involved in cancer we can't completely cure it at this point in time. Many genes serve several different purposes and alteration could cause more harm than good until we know much much more.
    Wowza dude chill, how is a newly registered member supposed to know the gender of every person on the site? it's not as if paralith is the most obvious female name on the planet. Also judging from how he writes it seems like English might not be his first language so go easy, not everyone can write an A grade essay in Russian so why assume that everyone can in English?

    Also that "The only silly question is the one left unasked" it's not like everyone can have the same breadth of knowlage in a subject as you!
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    Ok guys, if you want to chastise another member for any other reason, please do it in PM, not in the thread. Any further off topic posts will be deleted.
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    I can't wait till in 5 years time the sequencing of an entire genome only costs $5000.

    Shame the analysis takes years and years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mustafa korkutata
    yes ,of course my english is not better then paralith and gottspieler...but its so
    normal.because english is not my native language as u know ı do some mistake.
    however, ı see u understand my question and u completed my question in your brain..if here is science forum.just critises scientifics area not spell and formulated sentences mistake..
    Well you'll need to be a little patient with us, because you are a little hard to follow. And I hope we'll be patient with you too. In answer to your original question, I'll second Paralith. Diseases are not all genetic in origin.
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    Enough talking about mustafa's english abilities. We all have to be patient with each other as Biologista said. Back to talking about genes and disease!
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