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One of the main objectives of HUGO is to inventory all human genes, their DNA sequence, and their sequence along the chromosomes, and eventually come up with the complete human DNA sequence. It is anticipated that the entire human genome will be sequenced by the year 2010. The contribution of this initiative to the diagnosis and treatment of genetic diseases is expected to be tremendous.
The cycle of denaturation, synthesis of cDNA, and amplification to produce multiple RNA copies is repeated. With as few as four cycles, a 2- to 5millionfold amplification of the original sample RNA target is possible. However, the time required to achieve a millionfold amplification is approximately 4 hours, which is the same amount of time required by PCR. The TAS requires, however, the addition of two enzymes at each cycle and, as such, can be cumbersome. An amplification system that actually amplifies exponentially RNA probe sequences bound to the target sequence, in contrast to PCR and TAS systems, which amplify target sequences, is the Q-beta replicase system (B4).